5-1’s Amazing Homework Projects
WOW! Myself, Mr Emmett and Mr Ahmed have been blown away with the amount of time and effort that the children have been putting into their topic homework projects! Our topic this half term has been based on Natural resources. At the beginning of the half the children were given a homework menu to choose tasks to complete each week. It is amazing to see the children engaging with their learning at home in this way. Keep up the brilliant work.
Here are some of the fantastic pieces of homeworks!
Ryan made a recycle truck to encourage people to recycle more.
Bethany made a recycling bin out of recycled materials and included examples of all materials which can be recycled.
Tommy made a Christmas themed windmill with his Grandad. “I am a wind mill, I use wind to make me turn. I can pump water from a field. I can grind grains to make flour. When the wind blows and the windmill turns, Santa will wave his hand. My energy is free and completely renewable.”
Ben made a model to show how coal is used as a natural resource.
Well done, keep up the hard work! Next half term we will be focussing on Vikings, so get your thinking caps on – what WOW homework can you complete over the holidays?
5.1’s visit to the PLC
Leona “I liked this lesson it was fun, I really want to come again”
Ayaan “I think it was good because we did different activities”
Tommy “this lesson was really fun when we went into the changing rooms and stadium”
Ben “I’ve liked this morning as we have learnt about being healthy in a fun and active way”
Tyler “I liked everything”
Lillia-Grace “it was excellent and fabulous”
Harvey “it was a fun and enjoyable morning”
Jyana “The lesson was good”
Emily “I really enjoyed this trip it was fun”
Cole “I enjoyed all the activities”
- we have fair teachers who want to help us do well
- we have fun lessons, where we get to discover new things for ourselves rather than just copying
- we are accepted and respected for who we are
- we get to work collaboratively to help each other
- we have opportunities to use a range of resources to help us learn
- we have opportunities to engage with a variety of subjects
Year 5 spellings w/e 21/09/2017
Homophones and other often confused words.
Class 5.1 Handwriter of the week
Congratulations to Kayla in 5.1 for winning handwriter of the week in her first week in Year 5. Kayla works hard to make sure that her handwriting and presentation is maintained across all of her work in the curriculum. Kayla sets a fantastic example of taking pride in her work and her books have been used to show children ‘what a good one looks like.’ Well done Kayla! On Monday, Kayla enjoyed finishing her work in our lovely reading corner. Keep up the amazing presentation!
Year 5 homework
Year 5’s amazing homework projects based on our ‘Are We Alone?’ Science topic.