Today, in worship, we were discussing the International Day of Peace, which was established in 1981 by the United Nations. This is a day for people all around the world to think about peace and during this day there is no violence or war. We wrote a message as a class to wish peace for the world on this special day.
Well done Jacob for getting VIP this week, and Bethany for achieving the good learner of the week by being a question explorer.
Today in science, Year 5 were testing the properties of a range of materials. They were testing whether materials were magnetic, waterproof and transparent, translucent or opaque.
Today, we read an extract from the novel ‘Oliver’ and learnt lots of classic vocabulary. The children were given a matching game to test their understanding of the meaning of these words.
Today we explored place value using concrete resources and cards. We had to make numbers using place value columns and solved problems.
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