It’s the thrill... Year 5 had a fantastic time competing in a variety of fun activities yesterday. The children all represented one of four houses and their points were accumulated, the winning house was Thomas More.
Thanks for the memories, Mr Barker
Throughout the year we have collected our reading reports. Reports are completed when a child finishes a book and are very important to show children’s understanding of what they have read. The count is in and Year 5 read an incredible 982 books, which works out roughly as 168 per half term and roughly 27 per week. Well done...
In June our Science club took part in the Great Science Share at the University of Manchester. We had prepared a science investigation looking at how a culprit in a crime could be caught using only a ransom note, this was through a process called chromatography. We then had the opportunity to visit other groups and carry out investigations...
Yesterday in RE we listened to a speech that Pope Benedict XVI gave to children in England, Scotland and Wales. We then discussed what advice we would give if we were in the Pope's position before writing a speech of own.