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Summer Term 2018

The great, the bold and the brave: Entry Point

We entered into our new topic by becoming historical archetects, designers and builders. A choice of Roman and Greek buildings was given to groups of children and they took different roles to recreate them in a mixture of card, paper and sticking equipment.

World Cup Country - Australia

Throughout our week loooking at Australia, year 5 have researched, written about and created their own Aboriginal art - using what they have learnt about what the symbols mean and how each piece tells a story or could be used as a map.

We have also looked at the geography of the country and the importance of the Urulu.

Our future aims are to research the Grest Barrier Reef and to find out ways in which we can help to preserve this wonder.

Homework Project - Ancient Greece

Year 5 were asked to research and actually make their own Ancient Greek artifacts that could have been found in and around Keadby. The results were fabulous!

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The great, the bold and the brave: Knowledge Harvest

A great discussion was had about the differences and similarities between Greek and Roman buildings, their uses and how they may have been built.

Maths activities to put our learning into real-life context

We spent the sunny morning of Wednesday 3rd May putting our learning of measures into practice and estimated as well as measured distance, capacity, angles and weights.

Sports Day 2018

What an amazing sports day we've had! Thursday 14th June will go down as one of the most enjoyable event, demonstrating exceptional sportsmanship and determination by all! Huge congratulations to Emily T and Markus H for winning this year's trophies. 

Creating Greek plaques in clay

While studying the Greek gods and goddesses, we decided to use air-drying clay to create plaques depict their various forms, as well as incorporating what we know of the Greek alphabet.

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