Class 4: Year 5 and Year 6
Y5/6 Spring Term Curriculum Booklet
Autumn Term Y5/6 Curriculum Booklet
Year 5/6 visit to York, the Jorvik museum and DIG! 7th March 2023
The year 5/6 children had a fantastic day out in York as part of their history and geography topics.
When we arrived at St. George's carpark, the children were given maps to navigate us to our first destination, DIG on St. Saviour's road. Our route took us through The Shambles, a medieval street, which has even been used as a filming location in the Harry Potter films!
At DIG, the children were able to find out how we know so much about how people in the past lived, by digging with trowels to discover things from the Viking, Roman and Victorian eras.
After that, we had to navigate our way to the Quaker Meeting House on Friargate, where we had our lunch.
Finally, we made our way to the Jorvik Viking museum, where the children were given a talk from a viking about building remains found, before they embarked on a ride back in time to see what living as a viking was really like!
19/1/23 Y5/6 Printmaking with repeating patterns!
Y5/6 used printing ink and a polystyrene printing block to create printed repeated patterns after looking at the work of William Morris.
We had visits from a gorilla in school this week, along with a zookeeper named Gemma, who brought some of her creatures into class to show the children. We learnt that Thomas the gorilla came from the DRC (Democratic republic of Congo) in Africa, and had lived in the rainforest there. Just like the Amazon rainforest, the Congo jungle is near the Equator, and just like the Amazon, humans are changing the way the habitat is for creatures like Thomas.
It was also great to support our learning about variation and adaptation in science, along with our rainforest topic, and the big question of 'Are we looking after God's creations?'.
Summer Term Y5/6 Curriculum Booklet
City Mosque Visit March 2022
Year 5 and 6 children produced some fantastic topic work related to space. First they experimented with colour and texture in their sketchbooks as they tried to create an imaginary planet surface. They looked at abstract artists such as Jackson Pollock, Miro and Rothko for inspiration and techniques. Finally they produced a finished painting using tissue and cardboard to build up layers.
In English, the children looked at real Hubble Telescope images to inspire their poetry writing before producing finished poems about the galaxies and universe.
Rally Car Visit
Thanks to Simon Bowen who paid us a visit in his Ford Fiesta rally car this week - it was great for the children to sit in the car and hear it running!
Well done on a 6th placed finish in the North West Stages Simon!
Spring Term 2nd half curriculum Overview
Spring term 1st half Curriculum Overview
Spring term 2022
Our topic themes for this term are 'Earth and Space'
and 'Inventors and Inventions!'
Our loan books from Lancashire Library Service arrived, with
lots of facts about inventions and inventors to read about!
As part of our 'Inventors and Inventions' topic, we have started our very own inventions, making Automata toys in DT! In our first two lessons, we have been constructing the frame for our moving toys by measuring, cutting, drilling and gluing the wooden frame. We will then start to make the cams and cam followers, before assembling our moving toys.
Progress so far...
Thank you to the Flower Bowl at Barton Grange, who offered our Y5/6 children a free 2 hour coaching session at their fantastic curling facility! The children and staff had a brilliant time, learning new skills and getting quite competitive!
Autumn Term 1st Half 2021
Welcome back to the new school year! We're looking forward to an exciting term, hopefully without any interruptions. On our class page, you will find what we are learning each half-term, along with other items such as photos and work examples. We'll update the page regularly so that you can see all of the fun learning that is happening in our Y5/6 class.
Autumn Term 1st Half Curriculum letter
Anglo-Saxon Illuminated Letters powerpoint and examples
Class 3 Beacon Fell Geography Trip 20/10/20
Year 5 and 6 had a fantastic day at Beacon Fell Country Park on Tuesday as part of their Geography curriculum. The weather stayed dry, and the children took part in a number of activities over the day. These included map-reading, orienteering and working in small teams to complete tasks.
We're lucky to have such a super place to go just 15 minutes drive away!
There are more photos in the gallery section of our website.
Class 3 good work assembly, 25/9/20
Welcome to our class page! Class 3 is taught by Mrs Bryson, Mr Reynolds and Mrs Green our class HLTA.
On this page you will find curriculum information, along with examples of our work!