Another fun-filled Children in Need day! Thank you all for super outfit efforts, a fantastic amount of money has been raised around the school for this important charity.
Generation beyond competition
This week we were informed about a competition running on the attached webpage, it is open to children aged 9-11 and includes prizes of ipads and £5000 for the winner's school The closing date is 15.12.17, I'd love to hear about any entries from 5F!
Today we took part in St John's Amublance's 'Big First Aid Lesson', we joined them live to learn about treating burns, calling for help and helping a choking casualty. We also learnt how to approach a casualty, check for breathing and put them into the recovery position. The class would love to show-off their learning to willing volunteers at home!
How do we see things? Today we started our new science topic of 'light'. We used string to demonstrate how we see things. Ask your child to explain the process to you using the keywords 'light source, reflect, object' and 'straight line'.
Although I often recommend games to you, so many more can be found on this fun and challenging website. Take a look around to discover lots more interactive games - I'd love to hear which ones you've been enjoying at home.
Year 5 maths? Problem solved! We used 'table cloths' to try out a range of methods for tricky mathematical problems this week - excellent team work and great growth mindset allowed us to solve them!
The Mayans - our topic for this half term
Choose a sensible level of challenge and see how many missing numbers you can find in two minutes, you could challenge somebody at home to see who can answer more!
Hit the button!
Knowing you number bonds as well as multiplication and division facts has never been more important - use this game on your computers or tablets to learn them upside down and inside out!
Introducing the brains of 5F! We've made a super start to Year 5 life so far this term - let's keep it up!
Welcome to year 5 newsletter!
Four of our year 5's joined children from eight other Loughborough schools and had a great day out where they made land buggies, struggled round an obstacle course blindfolded and generally did the school proud with their conduct. Aiyana and Phoebe were members of the fastest buggy crew. Peter and Rocco starred when giving instructions on the obstacle course.