YEAR 5 2020 - 2021
Meet the team
Take a look at our Spring Term knowldege Organiser.
Spring Term - Can you guess what our new topic might be? We will give you a clue!
AND THE ASSISTANT HEAD OF SCHOOL YEAR 5 'ALWAYS CHILD' FOR AUTUMN TERM 2020 GOES TO …
Huge CONGRATULATIONS to Katie for winning the ALWAYS CHILD award from Miss Eccelston (Assistant Head of School and Year 5 & 6 Leader) for Autumn Term 2020. Katie is a credit to our school, she is diligent, modest and has a vast array of attributes that make her this terms Year 5 Always Child! OUTSTANDING!)
YEAR 5 ACHIEVEMENT ASSEMBLY - END OF AUTUMN TERM 2020
A huge well done to all of the following children who have achieved this term over 100 Proud Points, meaning they have been awarded their OBS Bronze Badge and Certificate for Year 5!
We know lots of the children were very close, and we are certain will achieve this award early in to the Spring Term.
We are very PROUD of you!
Well done to all of Year 5 who have graduated the 10 week DARE programme today. You all wrote fantastic reports and created excellent posters to bring the programme to a close. Please see photos of our Graduation below.
Look Up Workshop
Year 5 have had the privilege of a live webinar with the authors of the fantastic children's book 'Look Up', to finish off our exciting Space topic. The children heard a live reading of the story, joined in on a live workshop with the illustrator on how to draw the man character Rocket. We then finished with a live Q&A session where the children got to ask questions directly to the author. Please look through some of our photos to see what we got up to!
Well done to these Year 5 children who earnt reward time with Mrs Shaw and Mrs Duffin this week. They have been on the Recognition Board an astonishing four times this term. Wow, well done!
SPACE - The planet of Pandora
This half term we have been continuing our topic on 'Space'. As well as discovering all about the order of the planets, the phases of the moon and solids liquids and gases. We have also been using our new found knowledge in our Literacy work when creating our own mission stories all about a brand new planet! We have begun a new programme at school which is called 'Talk for writing.' The children have been having a go at it this week. It involves lots of drama, retelling of stories and creative thinking and it is safe to say the children have loved it. Please look through the photos below:
Meet Class 11's School Councillors and Eco Councillor, well done!
Meet Class 12's Eco and School Councillors
This week, as part of our whole school 'Black History Week' we have been learning all about the Windrush and experiences of passengers from the ship. Also, we have been enjoying experiencing some of the cultural traditions in the Caribbean. This has included designing and creating our own Caribbean inspired tortilla wraps, and recreating our own Notting Hill carnival, complete with music, masks and decorations. Please take a minute to look at some of our children in action below:
To find out what we will be covering during the Autumn Term, please see our knowledge organiser below:
Year 5 WOW Day!
Today we introduced the children to their new topic 'space' through an exciting scene to explore. The children arrived at school to find an area of the field taped off by police as there was an 'area of interest' that needed investigating. They discovered around 40 items that we believe belonged to a spaceship or something from outer space! The children threw themselves into the enquiry and are now going to be writing a report for the local press to explain their findings. What an exciting topic this will be!
Our True Colours
Our project for the last three weeks has been learning all about colours and how they represent us. We have explored this through art, drama, camouflage research, IT, poetry and characters from fiction. In addition, we have been reading 'The Wild Robot' and delving into how the main character 'Roz' comes to terms with her inner-self and trying to fit in with those around her. Have a look at some of the wonderful work we have produced below:
Reading at home - Our new 'Rainbow Reading' reward scheme
Please watch this video to find out more about our new 'Reading Rainbow' reward scheme:
Welcome back Year 5!
We have a very exciting year ahead!
Things to remember:
Tuesday: Outdoor PE
Wednesday: Spellings and Timestables tests
Thursday: Indoor PE
Friday: Diaries to be handed in
Our topic for the first 3 weeks is colour.We will be learning all about our own understanding of colour and how it represents us. In addition, we will also be looking at camouflage and enjoying the story 'The Wild Robot'.
Our Memories to treasure from
WE MISS YOU YEAR 5 and hope you are all well and keeping safe.
Remember to check out our HOME LEARNING page, we are updating it all the time with new ideas and websites to keep you busy.
Look after yourselves and your family and we look forward to seeing you soon. Take pictures of what you are up to and you can share them with us when we are back in school.
Year 5 team
Overview of our year:
Things to remember:
Tuesdays - Outdoor PE
Thursdays - spelling test, maths facts test, indoor P.E
Fridays - Diaries checked for a minimum of 3 reads.
SPRING TERM 2020
YEAR 5 SCIENCE PLANETARIUM VISIT FROM THE NOTTINGHAM UNIVERSITY
This week we were the incredibly fortunate hosts of the University of Nottingham's inflatable planetarium called the 'inflativerse'. Year 5 were the special children that got to experience crawling in the inflativerse and learning lots about the different constellations and they got to find out about a Greek myth that explained the big bear constellation. Back in class the children also became experts in sorting galaxy photos by colour, size and type. It was a fantastic experience and we really hope they will come back next year!
This week we have been learning all about 'The Merchant of Venice' as a school. In Year 5, we have been particulalry focussing on empathising with the characters, especially Shylock and Bassanio. We also produced some lovely art work.
Look who will be coming to visit in Spring 2 ...
Year 5 Outdoor Learning
This week has been assessment week, as a reward for the children's hard work, we did some outdoor learning. The children had a colour chart which they had to match up to outdoor items, it was a very refreshing (cold) event.
Chris White Workshop
Those children who took part in the RED January competition gained the reward of working with Chris White in a special workshop. It is safe to say the children loved it!
Year 5 have begun their 4 week GREAT project during the first week of term. They have been looking at healthy and positive relationships. We have made a wonderful start, here are a few photos from the first session:
CLASS 11'S FINISHED CARS
RE WEEK - PILGRIMAGES
To kick start our week on pilgrimages, we visited St Leo's and Simon spent an hour with us teaching us about Christian pilgrimages.
STRANGE SIGHTINGS IN OBS!
Year five children have been heavily involved in investigating what could have caused unusual items to be scattered across our school trim trail! It has even been reported that they could be from another planet! The children have written some fantastic news reports sharing their story! We will share some on here soon!
Autumn Term 2 - Our Knowledge Organiser
Autumn Term 1 - our knowledge organiser
Dates for your diary:
Friday 27th September - Macmillan Coffee Morning and Mini Marathon
Friday 4th October - INSET DAY
Wednesday 9th October - Parents Evening
Thursday 17th October - Parents Evening
Friday 13th December - Christmas Jumper Day
Monday 16th December - PROUD assembly - 2.15pm
Wednesday 24th - Thursday 25th June - WALESBY camp
FLYING HIGH AT 50
a kite making workshop to celebrate 50 years of the school!
VISITING GOOSE FAIR
We visited Goose Fair to make sketches using view finders. We are going to use them as inspiration for pointillism paintings that we will frame.
OUR FIRST AMIGO VISIT
Year 5 have a nominated friend from F2. Throughout the year, we meet up to share stories, carry out fun activities, play games and act as a friendly, supportive older friend. This half term, we met our amigos for the first time and shared our favourite stories with them. We're all looking forward to our next visit
Welcome back! We're looking forward to seeing you all again.
Our exciting new topic for this half term will be...
'OUR GOOSE FAIR!'
One Day Wonder - Our Goose Fair!
OUR FIRST AMIGO VISIT
Year 5 have a nominated friend from F2. Throughout the year, we meet up to share stories, carry out fun activities, play games and act as a friendly, supportive older friend. This half term, we met our amigos for the first time and shared our favourite stories with them. we re all looking forward to our next visit
Monday - Indoor PE
Tuesday (or a Wednesday) - Outdoor PE, + homework (maths, writing, reading, topic) to be returned by the following Tuesday
Wednesday - Maths test and spelling test, spellings and maths facts sent home for test following week
Friday - Diary checks
Monday Playtime - Football and basketball
Tuesday Lunchtime - Activities and competitions
Wednesday Lunchtime - Trim trail
Thursday Lunchtime - Football and basketball
Friday playtime - Football and basketball