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Outdoor Learning Year 5: 2019 - 2020

22.1.20 Year 5 Outdoor Learning

Year 5 had an amazing session, we climbed used clay and made food in our mud kitchen. Looking forward to next week.


22.01.20 Year 5 Homesteading

Today we started to plant seedlings into pots and trays we will keep them warm and undercover in the poly-tunnel. We found lots that could be planted, and found out that reading information packets is a skill on its own, we planted a huge range of flower, vegetable and herb seeds. Luckily we got to […]


15.01.20 Year 5 Outdoor learning

Its the start of a new year and we had lots of fun we made some amazing dens using tarps, pallets and tires as materials. As well as this, we played in the mud pit making a quick sand area and found ways to cross it. A group did some pond dipping and found lots […]


15.01.20 Year 5 Homesteading

The first session back in a new year. We wanted to start planting soon and that meant sorting out our planting beds, Mr H and Justin helped us with that and we got amazing amounts of work done, we raked, weeded, filled the beds with compost and ta da we are ready. It was alot […]


WWII Artefacts romance day 06.01.20

Year 5 had a special day where they were in groups and learnt about WWII. This particular group was learning about different historical artefacts that were used in this time. One of the artefacts was a gas mask which people used to protect themselves from deadly gasses. The masks had special yellow bags in which to […]


Rationing in Year 5. 06.01.20

We are studying what life was like in WWII this term.  On Monday we investigated how much food people would get in the war. We found out that rationing started because they didn’t have enough food for everyone. People were only allowed  2oz butter ,8oz sugar,  2oz cheese ,4oz  bacon and ham ,40z marg ,3 pints milk , 2oz tea […]


Year 5 church visit.

Year 5 Christmas visit to Alive church 17.19.12 Today Turner and Heigham along with Year 6 took a walk to the Alive Church in Nelson Street to perform their Christmas songs in front of their friends and family. On a festive set stage; the children got up and sang Whams Last Christmas, the traditional Starry […]


Science Festival day 2 – Wednesday 4th December

Following an amazing day yesterday which saw our young scientists presenting their investigations to each other, we opened our doors to inspirational scientists (educators, entertainers, experts) and families for day 2 of our festival of science. Over the course of the day, children: took part in one of four Q&As where they got to put […]


Science Festival day 1

What an amazing start to our two day festival of science. I think it is safe to say that the children were brave and articulate when they presented their investigations, and honest, kind and respectful when they were in the audience. They have worked so hard over the past few weeks and all that paid […]


Last minute preparations; one more sleep

Today was an amazing day. The atmosphere around school was extraordinary. Scripts were adjusted, polished, edited live. Rehearsals were underway around every corner. Final coats of paint were applied; display broads were tweaked; the printer ran hot! Kids and staff moved with real purpose, good humour and nervous excitement. One last walk around after school […]