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REACH FOR THE STARS... 21st March is World Downs Syndrome 'Lots of Socks' Day and we are raising the children's awareness by wearing odd socks on Wednesday. Improved attendance again with 96% and double WINITS this week for those attending on time every day. Well done Westerhope - the sponsored children did a wonderful job raising money for more books.

Autumn Term 1

Autumn 1
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Week 5

William Morris Wallpaper


This week in Art and Design we have been studying the Victorian Artist, William Morris.


We learned all about him and other Artists during the Victorian period.


We also looked at his style of art and practised his style.


Next week we are going replicate some of his most famous designs

Week 4

More French!


We have continued to learn French, as we do every week.


We love learning French with Mrs Anderson.

Week 3

French Day


We had lots of fun today learning French.


In the morning we had a French breakfast and we had to order our breakfast in French.


Then learned all about the French numbers and completed calculations using the French numbers.


Finally in the afternoon we created art work in the style of Matisse

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Class 11
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Week 2


On Tuesday we took part in  hula hoop fitness session and it was lots of fun!

Hula Hoop Showcase!

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Some of class 11 showing off their hula hooping skills!

Week 1


We have had a fantastic first week in Year 5!


After getting to know each other we spent the rest of the week learning all about the amazing brain!


We first of all learned all about brain cells and the three different parts of the brain. Can you remember what they are?


Then we learned all about the left and right side of the brain and we found out if we are more left or right sided. Can you remember which side is which?


We also made brain hats to show the left and right side of the brain.


Finally we learned all about the different types of learners (visual, auditory and kinaesthetic) and we found out which one we prefer.


We can now use everything we have learned about our brains to become brilliant thinkers and learners in year 5!