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Success for All within a Christ Centred Community

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Success for All within a Christ Centred Community

Year Five

Well done to Year 5 who made their First Holy Communion today. What a lovely day they have had.

Year 5 have had a fantastic time at the Catalyst Museum - we enjoyed finding out lots of facts to support our Science and English work. Well done, Year 5 for a lovely time away!

Year 5 have had a fun filled few days designing, making and evaluating their creations. Every child learned to thread a sewing machine, use a pattern and sew their chosen material to make a cushion. What a comfortable evening we are going to have!

5F took part in The Big Build STEM activities. We used our knowledge of science, technology, engineering and maths to work as a team. We love our go-karts.

Year 5 have been exploring the work of Claude Monet and how he was the founder of the Impressionist movement.

We experimented with using oil pastels, soft pastels and watercolours to create our own artwork in the style of Monet.

A good time was had by all at our Christmas party! Happy Christmas, everyone!

Year 5 explored the theme of 2.5/3 craft and perspective using Helen Musselwhite as an inspiration. We designed, made prototypes, created and celebrated our work.

Year 5 attended The Grinch Experience at Kingsley & Co. We listened to stories, read a range of text and had fun with the book characters. It was the most amazing time and something to get us in the Christmas mood.

Year 5 made bread as part of our design and technology project. We designed, made, tasted and evaluated our wonderful bread rolls. We thought about the design and function of our project.

Some of our Year 5 children attended a wellbeing sports event. It was a time for fun, laughter, resilience and believing in ourselves.