The Abbeystead blog has been written by Cerys, Eva and Anita this week.
This week has been Christmas craft crazy! On Monday we made Milo the Mars Rover (and other science stuff) with Lego WeDo 2.0. This is a special type of Lego that you build using online instructions, you can then code your creation to move, sense and collaborate with other creations. We built a Mars space […]
Abbeystead Blast Off!
This week, the Abbeystead blog has been written by Carmen and is an account of her day at the National Space Center in Leicester. Having to wake up extra early in the morning resulted in me being very tired on the way there. It was definitely worth it, but one person in particular was really […]
This week, our year 5 blog has been written by Emily A, Lydia and Carmen.
This week has been super busy, right from the start… On Monday As usual, we had P.E with Mrs. Valentine first thing in the morning in our recently built Sports Hall. After English ad Maths, it was finally time for our favourite part of a Monday – swimming! On Tuesday We have Collective Worship […]
This week in year 5…
This week’s blog is brought to you by Ruby, Leah and Ava. It has all been a bit different this term, but different in a good way. We are making the most of online learning and not having Mrs Gill tell us off for swinging on the back of our chairs! This week we have […]
This week in year 5…
Welcome back to the year 5 blog you are hearing this week from Gemma and Jessica. This week in English we have been looking at a new book called FArTHER, it has some fantastic illustrations, but tells a really sad story. We have been using alliteration to help describe some of the settings. In maths […]
In year 5 this week…
This week’s blog has been brought to you by Evvie and Ruby This week in maths we have been learning about graphs, bar charts, pictograms and line graphs! We have also learned about tally charts and tables. Everyone has done a pictogram using our classes favourite ice cream flavours, animals and colours. From our […]
In year five this week, we have…
… completed a piece of writing detailing a trip to space. We imagined that we were astronauts, stepping onto the powdery, pockmarked lunar surface for the first time. To help our reader imagine that they were there too, we used expanded noun phrases, technical vocabulary and thoughtful adjectives. It was out of this world! In […]