Well done to Year 5 and Year 6 today for two fab performances!!
In my mind I see once more A galant rocket tethered to the floor like a skyscraper it stood proud its tip hiding in the cloud The sky was a violet sea waiting to engulf me, once more I click my helmet into place getting ready to BLAST into space I climbed in the […]
We have been thinking about how to make cubed and squared numbers using cubes
In class we have designed our Luna modules but haven’t made them yet, on Monday 10th we will make them eventually we shall race them with an eggstranaut inside, we have to keep it safe.
As a class we debated whether Neil Armstrong really did land on the moon. Some people say he did land on the moon because , I’ve found a picture of Neil Armstong And Appolo 11 the rocket he went in to the moon and the picture was taken on the moon. However others he did not because they […]
As a class we took part in a debate as to whether Neil Armstrong really did land on the moon. Some people say he did land on the moon because the film showed that he walked on the moon. However others believe he did not because it was impossible to for a rocket to fly […]
In class we took part in a debate as to whether Neil Armstrong really did land on the MOON. Some people said that he did set foot on the moon because NASA is a very trust worthy company and wouldn’t do such a thing and it was on the news when the rocket set off. […]
As a class we took part in a debate as to whether Neil Armstrong really did step on the moon some people say he did land on the moon because we can not take pictures of the stars from Earth,because its to dim so whenever we go on the website you will see pictures of […]
For our homework, we have made a medusa cake , filled with deliciousness and dedication. We didn’t want any help from adults and we didn’t get any, our homework was made entirely from us. In it, was flour, butter, sugar, eggs, backing powder, icing sugar & strawberry pencils, and a pinch of giddiness 😝👭
Research your favourite Rio 2016 Olympic or Paralympic athlete and create a factfile about them. https://www.teamgb.com/athletes http://rio.paralympics.org.uk//meet-the-team
The catapiller starts of as an egg then is hatches and it turns into a caterpillar also it eats untill it is a fully grown caterpillar then it turns into a chrysalis for a few days. It will then emerge and fly away pollinating the flowers and then it will die after four weeks.
A huge congratulations to the children who were part of the Chorlton Arts Festival, Chorlton High School performance of Julius Caesar on Monday evening. The production was fantastic and all the children involved were incredibly committed and did a great job. From the filmers, who planned, organised (with Ms Jordan’s help) and filmed the scenes […]
we have been watching the lifecycle of a butterfly in 5JD for the last 4-5 weeks. When the caterpillars arrived they were tiny, about 5mm. They then grew bigger and bigger before we watched them turn into a chrysalis. After 6-10 days the butterflies began to emerge. Today we released them into the park.
I made a lead axe and pickaxe by cutting and hammering lead, then attaching it to the wood. Then I put patterns on the axe. I used a saw to chop a tree branch off and peel the bark off it, this is called whittling.
We have been watching the life cycle of a butterfly and have learnt a lot about them. From an egg – caterpillar – chrysalis – butterfly. Today we set them free into the park.
Yesterday, 5 girls from Year 5 took part in the Enterprise Challenge Cup at Whalley Range High School They learnt lots of new skills and work together as a team to come up with items they could sell at a Rio 2016 Olympics souvenir shop. They worked so well they were awarded 3rd place! Well […]
Today we have being classifying animals… Insects Insects always have six legs and three parts to their body. Some insects have either one or two pairs of wings. Birds Birds have feathers instead of scales, except on their legs and feet. All birds have wings but not all can fly. The kiwi and the emu can’t […]
Last week, Miss Davies tweeted Benjamin Zephaniah, and he tweeted us back! How cool!
We’ve been looking at poetry by Benjamin Zephaniah this week. We’ve focused particularly on Talking Turkeys, De rong song and Dis poetry. Today the children have written some of their own poems.