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October 17th, 2017 | Posted by admin in Teacher Posts - (Comments Off on Project Overview)

Year 5 Curriculum

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Autumn 1- Out of this World

September 6th, 2017 | Posted by Mrs Brown in Teacher Posts - (35 Comments)

This term, in Year 5, will find us venturing beyond our planet Earth and taking a learning journey through space. We’ll be finding out about planets, the moon and the sun and why they are important to us on Earth. Have you ever wondered; How far away is the sun? Why does the moon change shape? …
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What are the different layers of the rainforest? and what can you find there?  

Deforestation!

June 20th, 2017 | Posted by Miss Gill in Year 4 Archive - (3 Comments)

In our Philosophy lesson we have we have been learning all about deforestation. Do you agree with taking down trees? How could we help stop deforestation?  

Yesterday afternoon, we made Haikus about different animals and then had to guess what they where. Can you guess mine? I have a black beak My feathers are glorious I live on a pond What am I?   Miss Gill

Lions!

May 5th, 2017 | Posted by Miss Gill in Year 4 Archive - (0 Comments)

You have been researching and writing an information page all about lions. Can you share some fun facts. I found that Lionesses do a lot of the hunting for the pack. Miss Gill

rats

April 27th, 2017 | Posted by Ammarah in Year 4 Archive - (1 Comments)

Rats are little mammals that are up to mischief . Rats helped to spread the plague back in 1765 .

LIONS

April 27th, 2017 | Posted by Dylan in Year 4 Archive - (0 Comments)

Lions Lions are the second largest big cat species and they have very sharp teeth and claws. lions food BUFFALO main food source ZEBRA ANTALOPE a male lion is called a lion a female lion is called a lionesses and they usually look after the baby lions which are called cubs.

Lions

April 27th, 2017 | Posted by Connie in Year 4 Archive - (0 Comments)

Male lions have a mane and women have no mane they live in grasslands to catch more proteind pray.Also to camoflage in to their habitats, and to hide from other pack and other animals. By Connie and Ruby