Year 5

Yr.5 Watersports Afternoon

On Friday, Yr.5 headed down to Seapoint Canoe Centre where they all had a session in an open canoe, one on a giant paddle board and a turn on sit on kayaks. Everyone had great fun, some overcame their fears and found they really enjoyed themselves and lots showed brilliant skills. Well done everyone!  

Y5 Victorian Folkestone Walk

This afternoon Class 5 took a walk around Folkestone looking for Victorian buildings and structures. We found many along the Leas including the Metropole (building started 1895) and The Grand (1899). We saw the iconic Folkestone Leas Lift from the top and bottom but saw no sign of the Victoria Pier (as we expected). It Continue reading

Seeing Sound Waves

As part of our science topic on sound, Class 5 carried out an investigation to find out if we could see the effect of sound waves. We made simple ‘ear drums’ using plates with cling film stretched across them. Rice Crispies were placed on the cling film. Next we created sound waves using a range Continue reading

Year 5 – Autumn Term 1

Dear Parent/Carer, During the Autumn term, year 5 will be covering the following topics: Numeracy:  Place value, ordering and rounding, multiplication and division, fractions, decimals and percentages and measure. Literacy:    ‘Street Child’ by Berlie Doherty, biographies and reading comprehension techniques Science:      Sound History:      Victorians ICT:             Research, coding DT:             Continue reading

Class 5 Beach Maths

After learning all about Roman numerals in maths this morning, we decided to take a walk down to the beach for a larger writing area! We practised our numerals in the sand by writing dates and number sequences. We also had time to enjoy the fresh air and space playing, digging holes and making patterns. Continue reading

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