Exploring erosion of coastlines

We have been exploring how erosion can change the shape of the coast line over time. We have made and explored caves, arches, stacks and stumps. 

 

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Year 5 Mindfulness

We have been exploring mindfulness

 

 

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World Mental Health Day

We have been supporting World Mental Health Day and the Hello Yellow campaign 

 

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Transporting the Sarsen Stones

We also explored how the huge Sarsen and Bluestones may have been moved. 

 

 

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Making Stonehenge

We have been exploring Stonehenge today and made a plan of our own henge. We then used clay and tools to create our vision in 3D

 

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Using Stone Age Tools

We have been thinking about how life changed from the mesolithic to the neolithic and we thought life might have become easier. After spending a VERY LONG time using stone age tools (stones) to make flour, we might have changed our minds!

 

 

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Making a planet

Year 5 have had a wonderful afternoon with Mrs Treadwell making a planet for a display at Tesco. We are delivering it in the morning so if you go shopping please keep an eye out for out handy work and aliens! 

 

 

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Materials vocabulary

We have turned the classroom into a giant science dictionary, finding definitions of words to do with materials and labelling anything we could. 

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Planting bulbs ready for next Spring

The Gardening Club/Eco council have been busy after school weeding some of the beds and planting bulbs ready for Spring, we can't wait to see how they look next year!

 

 

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Hockey skills

Working on our hockey skills this afternoon

 

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Year 5 Harvest Loaf

Amazing work done by Mrs Treadwell and Year 5 on our Harvest loaf. Thank you Mrs Treadwell

 

 

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Stone Age Hunting

This afternoon was all about the mesolithic and we split into groups and acted as the hunters and the prey. The children worked out that you are more likely to be caught if you are on your own and not in a herd and if you are a prey animal, not getting trapped in a corner is useful.

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