We looked at aerodynamics and how planes move through the air. Using what we had learnt we designed our own planes and tested their ability to fly.
We designed and made our own marble mazes using materials we found at home. We then tested them in school and evaluated the build and how fun they were (We loved them!)
World Book day
We love World Book Day! We had so much fun dressing up as our favourite characters and looking at our favourite books.
Save The Children Christmas Jumper Day
We supported Save The Children by wearing our Christmas jumpers.
Advent is a time of preparation. We have been getting ready.
British Values Dance
A dance teacher from St Chad's has been teaching year 5/6 about British Values through dance. The dance in the pictures was street dance. This was related to individual liberty and how we all have the right to be ourselves.
Importance of the New Commandment.
Welcome back Year 5 and 6
Welcome Year 5/6
Welcome back Year 5/6 to an exciting year ahead of us. We will all work hard to achieve the best we can and be the best we can. 2018/19 will be a busy year for us all, especially Year 6 who will have their SATS this year. Being prepared with homework and equipment is essential this year in order to ensure we all do our best.
Homework will be set on a daily basis and returned the following day. It should only take about 30 minutes to complete but it is essential that it is completed and returned on time as it will often be needed for the next lesson. If homework is not completed and returned, children will be required to miss their playtime in order to catch up. At year 5/6 it is the responsibility of the child to remember their homework not their parents or guardians. Children should also be reading on a daily basis and recording this in their reading journals and practicing their spellings.
By year 5/6 children are expected to know all of their times tables upto 12X12. This is essential to support their learning in maths. Please support and encourage your child to take responsibility for this in addition to other homework.
PE kits should remain in school Monday to Friday and be taken home at weekends for washing. Children must have their kits in school in order to take part in PE and again this is the responsibility of the child. Making Year 5/6 take responisibility for their organisation is important in order to help the children with their transition to secondary school.
Some memorable moments from 2017/18
Children In Need
To support Children In Need this year we have dressed in spots or created some 'mad hairstyles'
Class trip to Liverpool Museum
PE with Mr Green
We have been looking at how light travels.
Some memorable moments from 2016/17
We used the iPads to take pictures of our outside environment. We then used editing tools to change and improve our images.
Maths is so much fun! We solved maths problems whilst keeping our bodies active.
Our training session with Gill McGough
We've got a feeling!
We have been practicing our guitar skills. Can you guess the song?
World Book Day
This year, for World Book Day, we worked with Reception/Year 1 writing stories. We all had lots of fun!
Make do and mend project
As part of our WWII topic we have designed and made phone cases using materials we had at home. #makedoandmend
Chinese New Year
We made paper lanterns with Mr Meng from St Chad's to celebrate Chinese New Year.
Play Leader Training
Congratulations to our year 5 and 6 children, who have completed their Junior Play Leader training.
During Multi-faith week we have been looking at Judaism.
Chrismons are Christmas decorations with Christian symbols on them. They help Christians to remember that Christmas is the celebration of Jesus's birthday. They are often used on Christmas Trees in Churches and Christians homes.
Our KS2 trip to Jump Nation.
During our science lessons, we have been investigating light and shadows.
No Pens Day
We have had a great day! We have improved the speed of our times tables and created a landscape masterpiece- all without pens!
Halton Castle Trip
We had a great time investigating Halton Castle for our Local History topic. We saw things such as The Sally Porte and The Garderobe.
Remembering Runcorn's Relics
This week we have had great fun learning about St Edward's old school.
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