The Victorians Melody

20 12 2017

In history we’ve been learning about the Victorians and how some people lived in poverty. We watched videos about the jobs some children had to do down in the coal mines. Then we wrote a report pretending to be a Victorian child in poverty talking about our every day life.




In door Athletics by Julia and Jake

15 11 2017

On Tuesday, we had in door P.E with Miss Cartwight, Mr Thomas and  Mr Fisher. We all had so much FUNNNNNN!!!!!! We had choices 1-10, Jake’s favourite was speed bounce until he fell over and his head bounced into out of space (he wasn’t hurt though!) and  Julia’s favourite was the same as Jake’s. That is all for now. See ya in the next blog post! BYE!!!!!!!

 




Kingswood Trip 2018 – Vicky

13 11 2017

Next year we wil be going on a residential trip to Kingwood, a friend ( a year older than me ) told us it was really fun. The trip will have lots of activities like:

  • Zip-lining
  • Swimming

And much more. I hope to have a great time there. I feel like as I’m excited now, when we actually go, I’ll be a LOT nervous. I can’t wait to go!




shape poems Aisha

10 11 2017

We have been doing shape poems about bonfire night, we did 3 poems; sparkler, Catharine wheel and the rocket. We read weird ones like Ghost. Here are some shape poems.

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/fireworks-shape-poem-6121806

 

https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/firework-rocket-poem-visual-or-performance-poem-60

vist this websits to see original image.

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Happy Diwali (Macie)

20 10 2017

If you did not know, in R.E we are learning about the hindu festival Diwali and it is a festival to remember the story of Rama and Sita which I find very interesting to learn about.

Diwali is the festival of light so in our art calss we made our own lanterns to put up in the hall so everybody will be able to see our amazing project.

We made our own lamps and their proper name is Diva Lamps (which is quite funny).

They look amazing. The colours I used were burnt orange and deep green (they are good contrasting colours).

Also we are making shadow puppets (there also going in the hall) and I got Sita but my friend Rayhan got Rama. She didn’t want Rama so she asked me if she could have Sita I said yes cause I am a good friend. Then I didn’t want Rama so Mrs Masters (a teacher) had Queen KyKy and I wanted her so I got her (that was hetic my fingers hurt now!). So yeah that was kind of a drama scence 🙂

I hoped you liked my little paragraph and I will hope to be posting a blog again!

Happy Diwali!!

and a goodbye!!




Anglian Water cycle by Chantelle ;)

20 10 2017

Hi my name is Chantelle welcome back.

On Wednesday, a person called Richard came to talk to us about  how the water goes to our homes. So the water comes from the pipes under our homes then travels. Also we use a lot more  water than an average person does and did you know that an average personAnglian Wateruses hundred and forty four liters? Did you know there has been lots of odd things going inside of the pipes and filling up and blocking the sewage pipes? Take a look at a website. There are lot of things inside pipes like a wedding rings, false teeth, baby wipes and toys and hair-curlers .  Please don’t put grease, oil and fat down the sink because poor people have to clean those pipes so tell everybody not to put oil, grease and baby wipes and toys. Bye! Comment down below. Bye 🙂

 




Anglia Water visit by Aston.

20 10 2017

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 Hello again, I hope you liked my last blog.

Yesterday, a man called Richard from Anglia Water came round to talk about how to not wast water. And what should go down the toilet. We had lots of fun and we didn’t get too silly. He should us how to make sewage. It was disgusting




Moon Phases – Vicky

20 10 2017

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Hi! Now, I’m going to talk to you about the Moon phases.

There’s a phase of the moon on the picture is a phase that you’re probably most familiar with. That phase is the Full Moon. If you don’t look out of your window that often, the Full Moon is probably the only one you know a lot about.

Have you ever looked out of your window and you don’t see the moon? It’s there. It’s always there. It’s just another phase of the Moon. It’s called the New Moon. Maybe if you look carefully during this phase, you can see the mist and clouds withering in the sky.

Next is the Waning Cresent, more known as the Crescent Moon. It’s one of the most recognisable phases.

Here is a list of the rest of the phases of the barren moon:

Last Quarter Half Moon

Waning Gibbous

Waxing Gibbous

Waxing Crescent Moon ( just like the Waning crescent but facing opposite side)

First Quarter  Moon

That’s all of the phases of the Moon! Bye!

 

 

 




Anglia Water Visit by Macie

18 10 2017

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This week, a man called Richard from Anglian water came into the class to talk more about water and water safety.

Firstly, he asked a question which was”Do you brush your teeth with the tap on?”and naughty me, I do, so he asked me to come out in front of the class and Freddie and Sam got a big bucket from him and turned the tap on for 2 minutes while the other children ran on the spot for 2 minutes and I was at the front leading .

Then we made our own sewage water which contained: water, vegtable oil, weetabix, washing up powder, tea and tea bag, wee(urine),our waste that goes down the loo(poo), baby wipes and tissue also cotton buds.

At  the end he told us a story about false teeth and also a puppy, I don’t really want to explain cause it was a bit sad but also it was funny.

Thank you very much for reading my second blog post and i hope to see u soon

xx




Anglian Water cycle by Julia

18 10 2017

This week , Richard from Anglian Water came and we made our own water waste. It was horrible!  We mixed POO AND WEE!!!!!!!! TOGETHER  we hade so much fun. I hope the next year 5 class get Richard and they will write a blog too.

 

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