I can’t believe how quickly this year has flown by; it is already time for your final project in Year Five! This half term, we will be using our skills as scientists to explore different states of matter, physical and chemical changes, and to separate mixtures and solutions in different ways. There will be plenty …
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It is finally time for one of my favourite projects, and one that I know you are all excited about…  Space! There are lots of interesting things planned for us this half term: learning about our solar system, making digital space animations and of course our trip to Jodrell Bank! Lots of you already know …
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This half term we will be learning all about Ancient Greece. Here are some ideas to get your brain thinking about our project:                                                                       …
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This half term in Year Five we will be learning about the rainforests of the world.  Here are some starting points to get your brains thinking about our project:  What do you already know about the rainforests?  Where are rainforests found? What kind of animals live in the rainforest?  What foods are found in the …
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Year 5 Book Reviews

November 13th, 2018 | Posted by Miss Shaw in Teacher Posts | Year 5 | Year 5 Archive - (27 Comments)

As you know, Miss Shaw is always on the lookout for new and exciting books to read! On this post, you can share any great books that you have read recently and would like to recommend to others. Remember to include the name of the book, the author, who you would recommend this book for …
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Were the Tudors really so bad? This term in Year Five, we will be learning all about the Tudors. There are lots of areas that you can research and explore. Here are some starting points for discussion on our blog: Who were the Tudors? When was the Tudor period? How did England change during this …
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Welcome to Year Five. This term we will be learning all about the United States of America. There are lots of areas that you can research and explore. Here are some starting points for discussion on our blog: Why is America split into 50 smaller states? What is the US constitution? What is the highest …
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