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Year 5 Blog

Year 5 Blog

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  • Super Science

    Published 11/01/18

    Happy New Year!! We've come back with a bang . . . literally! We had an exploding volcano erupting in our classrooms as we welcomed students from Warwick University and watched in awe and wonder as they did lots of different demonstrations involving dry ice!

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  • Back to the Future!

    Published 08/12/17

    On Wednesday, when half of the school went to St George's for our Christmas Carol Service (which was awesome and got everyone in the Christmas mood!), the other half experienced what school was like for children in World War One! Mr Patel hoped it would make them appreciate him more (because the teachers were so strict), but sadly (for him) it didn't!

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  • Merry Adventurers

    Published 04/12/17

    A massive thank you to Mrs Unwin and Mrs Huggett who looked after some of us who didn't go to Beaumanor - we had a wicked time! 

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  • Brilliant Beaumanor

    Published 03/12/17

    We had a wicked time at Beaumanor; we got wet, worked well in groups and teams, got even more wet, enjoyed the different activities and we got wet some more!

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  • Remembrance Day Service

    Published 15/11/17

    On Thursday, 9th November we went to St George's Church to remember the fallen as part of our work on World War One.

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  • Remembering the fallen

    Published 15/11/17

    This week we were preparing for the Remembrance Day Service at St George's Church on Thursday.

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  • Terrific Tudors

    Published 07/11/17

    Terrific Tudors and cool children! We love aliteration in Year 5, and the children have definitely earned the moniker 'cool children' for their hard work on their Tudor projects which have ranged from visits to Guy Fawkes' house in Dunchurch, Warwick Castle and Bosworth Battlefields to models of Tudor houses and poetry about the Gunpowder plot.

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  • Terrific Tudor Day

    Published 20/10/17

    It's been a busy week in Year 5 - we performed The Highwayman in assembly to Key Stage Two, ahd a visit from Rugby Youth for Chirst and then time-travelled back to the Tudors and spent a day in a Tudor School.

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  • Fantastic Friction!!

    Published 06/10/17

    We love alliteration in Year 5! We've used lots of fabulous figurative language (I did it again!) in our writing in the last few weeks.

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  • The Great Divide

    Published 05/10/17

    What do you think would divide the class? What questions would divide the opinions of the class? Chocolate or sweets? Playtime or lunch?

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