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Year 5

WELCOME TO YEAR 5

 

Mrs E. Cannon de Sousa & Mrs M. Murphy 

 

We would like to extend a very warm welcome to you and your child and hope that they will have a very happy and successful year.

Croxteth Park- OS

5C Speed Bounce Personal Challenge. How many jumps can you do in 30 seconds?

Year 5 Geography Field trip of local area - locating Ordnance Survey Symbols

Thanks to Rose Crossland from Liverpool City Council for helping us raise awareness to drivers passing our school by reminding them to keep to the speed limits to keep us all safe.

Year 5 children graduate at the Peace Foundation Warrington

Year 5 enjoy a fun day at Croxteth Park

Enterprise Week-Year 5 making and preparing to sell our chocolate treats!🍫😃🍫😃

Making chocolate treats

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Making chocolate treats

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Small Steps for PEACE project

Sharing our completed maths games with Year 1

Year 5 making maths games

5C World War 1 sewn postcards sent from the trenches

WW1 Art by Year 5

Year 5 take part in a Rounders development day at Fazakerley High School - learning skills and drills leading to competition

Trench Art by Year 5

Small Steps for Peace - session one of the 6 week programme

Learning about the countries involved and causes of WW1

Stories about Liverpool lads who went to serve in WW1

Exploring the WW1 exhibitions in the museum

Well done children. Your Easter art work was amazing,

Well done to Jasmine B in 5C for the winning piece. Well done to all runners up for their fantastic effort to produce a great piece of Easter artwork

Visit from Nana Hughes to talk about her remarkable amount of community volunteering

To coincide with our RE topic Mission - Community, one of the tasks was to interview somebody in the local community who gives up their time to help and serve others. We had the pleasure of a visit from Nana Hughes (Faye's nana in 5C) who came to talk to the children about the tremendous amount of charity work she is involved in such as, NSPCC, Zoe's Place, Foodbank, Whitechapel to name but a few. The children prepared a number of questions to ask her to find out why she dedicates her time helping others in need and about her Christian values which allows her to love, care and put others first before herself. It was an absolute pleasure to meet such a remarkable and inspirational lady with such humble and gracious qualities. Thank you very much from all of Year 5.

5C meet the reindeers

5M MEET THE REINDEERS

KS 2 Water Polo at Wavertree Athletics Centre

Child led class collective worship based on Peace

Please ensure your child has their outdoor Emmaus PE kit and appropriate footwear in school as most lessons will take place outdoor due to Infant Christmas play rehearsals.

 

We read Kensuke's Kingdom by Michael Morpurgo in Book Week. Look at our fantastic display

One of the activities organised during book week, 5C enjoyed sharing books with their reading buddies in Year 1

🎉Year 5 performed brilliantly in their end of half term assembly🎉

Year 5 Assembly

Tuesday 16th October

 

A celebration of the first half term's work.

All parents and grandparents are very welcome to come and watch the performance.

 

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Well done to Evan for winning the competition for the naming of the Pigmy goats. Coconut and Bean can now be visited at Croxteth Park farm.

Mrs. Simm came to school to talk about Pesach (Passover). We ordered events from the story of Moses and looked at religious artefacts that are used at the Passover meal.

Year 5 girls enjoy a Wildcats football taster session

Properties and Changes of materials - investigation to see what happens to different materials when they are mixed with water.

'Ministry of Chocolate' School Workshop

Tuesday 18th September

 

 

We learnt that our chocolate bar starts its journey as a cocoa bean growing on a cocoa tree in hot and humid countries which lie near to the Equator.

 

The cocoa beans farmers work extremely hard to harvest the beans, pack them and weigh them ready to be shipped to chocolate factories in other continents.

 

They haven’t always got a fair price for their cocoa beans, that’s were the Fairtrade organisation comes in.

 

A special visitor from ‘The Ministry of Chocolate’ taught us that with the help of Fairtrade, the cocoa farmers are never cheated and receive a fair price for the produce that they sell.

 

When you eat chocolate, you are sharing a yummy gift from cocoa farmers around the world. Chocolate brings the world together!

5M are all grade 10 chocolotologists!

Testing chocolate using all 5 senses

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Designing and making

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