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Term 5

Welcome to T5!


This term, we are learning tennis on Monday afternoon and cricket on a Tuesday afternoon. We have a trip planning to visit the Jamia Mosque and we are going to be making coil plates on clay day.


This is a very exciting term as we get to show off everything we have learnt in primary school during SATs week (9th-12th May).


In English we will be looking at the book: The Phonebooth in Mr Hirota's Garden, because our topic is all to do with flooding and tsunamis.




It's been SATs week and now we're done! Whoopieeee! - Miss Cameron


Yesterday, we were thinking about portable snacks that Zoe could take on a trip across the sea. We planned out our designs for our bread and wrote the method - ready for baking next week. - Abdoul and Norah


Today, we painted a picture of an African savannah - Maya


In PE, we did cricket and we played tennis with Raf, and we did a little competition at the end. Norah won. - Abdoul



This week in PE, we were learning to play cricket by practicing bowling, which was useful. - Phoebe


Yesterday we went to Weston-Super-Mare. We got ice-creams and we travelled by train. - Chloe


Today we revised percentages, although it was hard. - Musa


Today during English some people got awarded pens for their handwriting. We also learnt about synonyms and anyonyms and played a loop game to practise. - Zahara


In maths we've been learning about percentages, decimals and fractions. - Daniel




In PE we were playing cricket. - Chloe.


In maths, we have been been solving word problems. - Trey


At the start of the week, we played a game to do with tsunamis and we had to protect the villagers from the big wave! - Norah


We sent questions to an author who spoke to us on a webinar. He wrote The Secret Sunshine Project. - Norah


Nursery came to visit us in Y6 to look at Y6 and to see how it differs from Nursery.  - Iolo


In assembly, Mohamed, the Imam from Jamia Mosque, came to tell us about our trip to the mosque and answered questions about his religion. - Oscar E

Our initial assessment to see what we knew about the UK!