The date on the homework booklet has been changed!
The homework projects need to be in school Monday 16th July (as per the original date).
The presentation of the children's work is Thursday 19th July.
The attached homework booklet below contains the correct dates.
So we are about to start our final half term as Year 5 and we have a really interesting topic to finish on.
We will be learning all about World War II from the perspective of the people left back in England. This will include evacuation, rationing and changes people had to make to the way they lived their lives.
See below for the topic web and the end of term homework.
PE will continue to be on Wednesday and Thursday (but remember to have your kit in school all week just in case of any changes).
I hope that you all received your acceptance letters and are ready for an absolutely MAGICAL term!
We have all been sorted into our houses, made our wands and are ready to start our wizarding lessons.
Over the term, we will be taking part in Transfiguration, Care of Magical Creatures, Charms, Wand Combat, Potions and Quidditch.
See the documents below for the homework project. Remember that you need to choose two topic projects AND two English projects to complete over the next six weeks.
PACK YOUR MOON BOOTS...WE ARE BLASTING OFF INTO SPACE!
This term we will be studying the planets of the Solar System and the different ways that humans explore the universe.
To help our understanding we will be taking a very exciting trip to the Planetarium in Winchester. We will also be looking to completing the term and showcasing our learning with our very own stargazing event.
PE is on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Remember to be reading at least 3 times a week so that you will be able to win a prize token.
I hope that you have all had a lovely Christmas break.
We have a great topic this term where we will be archaeologists and Ancient Egyptians.
We will be learning lots of new skills, including how archaeologists solve mysteries of the past and how the Ancient Egyptians mummified people!
We might even have the opportunity to uncover our own tomb!
I am looking forward to starting 2018 with the amazing Rowan class.
By now you will have received the letter informing you of our trip, relating to our topic on Caves. I am really excited about this, although I will be wrapping up warm and probably taking some spare socks! We will be reading the story Blue John and exploring the language and themes.
This term, we will be practising hard for our school Christmas production; some children have been chosen for the main parts and I have the chance to select a few more children for other parts. We will be choreographing our own class Tango so I strongly suggest that Strictly Come Dancing should be viewed for ideas.
This looks to be a busy but interesting term of learning and festivities.Mrs James
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