Following the battle of Bosworth, Henry VII had won the war but now he had to win the peace. Year 5 received a letter from Henry outlining his problems. Then a select few played the role of advice giver. We tried to do this outside but the beautiful Manchester weather brought rain. #Greatlearning
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We received a special task from Detectective Meg. She wants us to help her to read the time on an analogue clock. We completed some fantastic work and challenged our learning during the 'Chilli Challenge'.
Year 5 have been learning about the Battle of Bosworth. One child has put there work into a video. They did all the work themselves; choosing the pictures, recording their voice and editing the video. The result is fantastic.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker.
We listened to the story of The Rainbow Fish who wouldn’t share his colourful scales with his friends. In the end though he liked it when he shared his scales as it made him really happy and also his friends too.
In our creative writing lesson, we could not believe what we walked into! There was a crime scene left in our classroom. We shared the story of the 'Paper Bag Princess'. We used drama to express how angry we were with Prince Ronald for telling the Princess how disgraceful she looked after rescuing him.