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Outdoor Shelters

Year 5 had an excellent afternoon on Friday making shelters linked to our story Kensuke's Kingdom. The children used their ingenuity and creativeity to turn bin bags, string and foraged materials into a shelter. What a fantatsic outdoor learning session we had. Well done Year 5!

Fanastic Fundraising by Alfie for Children In Need!

Two weeks ago Alfie started his sponsored bike ride in aid of Children in Need!   Amazingly, he managed to raise a massive £585 for Children In Need!  Well done Alfie!  We are all so proud of you for being a wonderful citizen and a fantastic role model.  Mrs Blomeley

Year 5 Home Learning 20th- 25th November 2020

Dear Parents, Carers

I do hope that you are all keeping safe and staying well. Please find attached the home learning for Friday 20th November to Wednesday 25th November. If your child completes any work, please post it on Seesaw, where I aim to review it daily. Further zoom links will be sent to you via School Ping on a daily basis.

If you have any issues, worries or concerns, do not hesitate to contact

Maths At Home Competition Entries!

Here's Sam looking very pleased with himself after counting up his money from his pirate money box! Sam used multiplication and addition to get to the total. Great Maths at home! Well done Sam and Good Luck! Mrs Blomeley

Year 5 making blobsters in Forest School

Y5 have had a fantastic time in their forest school sessions over the last 2 weeks.  The have been playing one of their favourite games called forest ranger, using ID charts to identify leaves and trees and creating wonderful blobsters to look after our forest. 

Maths At Home Competition Entries!

Here is Maisie doing some important Maths at Home – working out how to pay her bills on Monopoly this weekend!  This proves how important Maths is!  Well done Maisie and Good Luck!  Mrs Blomeley



Maths At Home Competition Entries!

Jacob's photographs show how he has used his number knowledge to organise his football cards in numerical order up to 420.  He used place value skills to say which numbers were bigger/smaller and which hundreds they belonged too. He grouped them by hundreds initially and then looked at the tens number.  Wow!  That is brilliant work Jacob and an excellent example of using Maths at home!  Well done and Good Luck!  Mrs Blomeley

Maths At Home Competition Entries!

Charley has sent in her photographs which show how she has been using Maths when baking, and also counting her savings!  These are both great ways of using Maths at home Charley!   Well done and Good Luck!  Mrs Blomeley