We have absolutely loved our last day on the slopes today. The children have made good progress as they have ventured further and further up the nursery slope. There are videos of everyone on Twitter (@mrmarchayes) and hopefully they should have all copied over. Please let us know if anyone has been missed and we… More Skiing Day 3
We’ve had a superb first day on the slopes and have been blessed with good conditions. It has been really cold but blue skies and no wind, and all of the children have been well insulated with their many layers. Good news for tomorrow as the forecast is sunny skies all day. All children have… More Skiing Day 2
We have had a very long and exciting day, which children are describing as “the best day EVER!”. Children were wonderfully behaved throughout the journey and took good responsibility for themselves and each other. There was huge excitement and wonder when traveling through the beautiful Cairngorms National Park, with many children wishing to alight the… More Skiing Day 1
Visit this website and look at the picture. Your writing challenge is to create a 100 word story using this image as a prompt. Post your attempts below.
As part of children’s learning in history and in Latin, they visited the fantastic Vindolanda Museum and Roman Army Museum, in Northumberland. Â We learned lots about life in the Roman Army, and at the edge of the empire. Â Here are some photos from the day, plus some videos of Tierman, AnnaliseÂ and Matthew explaining the different… More Trip to Vindolanda
We have just started our journey in learning Italian. This week we are practisingÂ buongiorno, which meansÂ good morning. Â And, the famous Italian phraseÂ ciao which means bothÂ hi andÂ bye! Please comment below if you know any other Italian words and would like to share your learning. Buona fortuna! (good luck!) Signore Hayes
AnÂ ing, action sentence begins with the -ing version of the verb, and is followed by another action. For example: Waving, JennyÂ welcomed the new boy to Year 5. To make it even better, you could expand the verb to make it a phrase. Â For example: Waving enthusiastically, Jenny welcomed the new boy to Year 5. … More ‘ing, action’ sentences
We are currently learning how to read and write numbers in the millions. Would you be able to find and write the populations of each of the countries taking part in the Rugby World Cup? Good luck!
Welcome to your new blog, Y5s. Â We’re really looking forward to working with you next year, and hope you continue to contribute to the blog as well as you have done in Year 4! Over the summer, please feel free to write about your holidays, any books you’ve read, and any other interesting things you… More Welcome to the new Year 5s!