Year 5

13Feb2019

Some very lucky Year 5 students got the opportunity this week to go down to Joseph Swan to take part in a Young Sports Leaders training programme! During the afternoon, they took part in games and then made up some of their own, with the help of some of the Year 8 children from the school. Hopefully

4Feb2019

This half term in Year 5, we have been working hard and learning about how (and why!) we use spreadsheets. This week, we created tables, entered data and used a formula to calculate totals.

2Feb2019

This week we had a great turn out at Angel Court. We continued to work on our stone boxes, using shells, glass and pebbles from the beach. Once they have completely set, we will be able to varnish them, so they can be kept outside. Some of the small wooden toys were sanded and oiled. Then we started

25Jan2019

Clearing out the Forest School area and getting ready for Spring is an important job. This week Years 3 and 5 have been clearing old den building materials to store and dry for use on the fire. This gives more room for fresh materials to be delivered. The leaf mulch that gathers underneath our den s

25Jan2019

This week our new creative project began at Angel Court. Neil, the artist we are working with, had prepared wooden boxes, we then mixed sharp sand with pva glue to provide a simple cement. The children and residents then decided on patterns, using various materials such as stone, glass, slate and sh

25Jan2019

This week in Year 5, we invited our parents and carers into school to learn about the different ways we practise our times tables! We played bingo and dominoes, we coloured in, and we competed against each other with Hit The Button! We had a fabulous time, and we loved showing off how good we are at

18Jan2019

A New Year at Angel Court and a new project for the residents and children to enjoy. This week was introductions week. We will be working with Neil, a woodwork craftsman. He showed us some of his lovely creations, tea light holders, mosaics, driftwood sculptures and some wooden toys. The children pa