Year 5 Autumn Term 1
Food for Thought
A predominantly design and technology based project
Children will be learning where our food comes from, looking at the journey of bread from seed to store. We will be taste testing and evaluating a variety of savoury foods and making our own bread, learning about hygiene and safety in the kitchen along the way. In science we will be investigating the properties of different materials and exploring reversible and irreversible change. Our art sessions will begin our study of different well known artists and we will be developing our pencil skills to create a fruit still life picture.
To support this project the children will be visiting the local Morrisons at Bramley to learn a little more.
So proud of her creative holiday homework inspired by ‘St Trinians’.
Creative holiday homework in 5M – Well done everyone!
Learning Spanish – the fun way!
Everyone in Y5 visited Morrisons in Bramley to learn about the different jobs within the bakery. The children all experienced, at first hand, some of these jobs.
Appreciating art and aiming to replicate the style of Van Gogh – Wheat fields
In Y5 we are working hard on our team work skills as well as knowing when it is time to apply our understanding independently.
Such beautiful singing from Y5 – putting together their musical showcase.
From designing bread, to making it to baking it. What happens next?
Incredible concentration with handwriting in Y5.
World Book Day – Costumes
Year 5 Autumn Term 2
A predominantly history based project
In this topic we will be focusing on empires and democracy; learning how democracy worked in Ancient Greece and comparing it to modern political systems. We will explore the Ancient Greek Olympics and use sources such as art to learn from the past. Finally, we will investigate both The Battle of Marathon and The Trojan War, learning how the past is constructed from a range of sources.
A phalanx of hoplite helmets created by 5M.
We are really working hard to develop our levels of independence now we are in Y5.
Performance in SFA – working on our fluency, articulation and confidence.
Sewing club is lots of fun. This young lady has developed her skills to create this book mark. Well done.
5D being very bright – showing their understanding of the importance of being bright out and about on the dark nights.
Be bright – Be seen – Be safe!
Power for Good Cape
I am a Power for Good writing in 5D.
Wishing everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year from the Y5 team.