Dear Parents please take time to read our classes’ newsletter and you will find out more about our learning this Summer first half term!
On Monday 25th March, Leopards class had a very informative and engaging session at Into University. The children learnt:
• The location of the universities in the UK
• what life at University would be like
• the range of subjects they could choose to study at University
• the career path they might choose
• the extra-curricular activities offered
• and how they would need to become independent and live away from home
The children thoroughly enjoyed the session and now look forward to the follow up in May.
During Book Week, 4th March to 8th March, Leopards class had great fun!
We looked at book illustrations and particularly the work of Jeff Kinney, author and illustrator of Diary of a Wimpy Kid. It was interesting to find out how he started his career and where he found his inspiration. Our class also studied his style of drawing and we produced our own drawings using his techniques.
Dressing up day was fun and there were lots of brilliant costumes on display!
We had an illustration workshop with Portia, using the medium of chalk. We learnt many skills, including, there is no right or wrong in Art, every piece of work is unique to us.
During the first half of the Spring term, every Wednesday afternoon, half of Leopards class went to the Farm Lane Care Home to spend some quality time with the elderly residents. They did some arts and crafts and some drama workshops.
Finally they performed ‘Little Red Riding Hood’ for the residents.
Dear Parents please take time to read our classes’ newsletter and you will find out more about our learning this Spring second half term!
Leopards had a fantastic day out at the National Maritime Museum learning the most amazing facts about Scott, Shackleton and Polar Exploration.
Shackleton’s Life Padlet
Part of this week’s homework is to research more about Shackleton’s Life.
Here is the link to our new Padlet. Add information using the appropriate subheading: Early Life, Education, Career, Achievements, Later Life, Death, Legacy Put your name in brackets at the end of your information. Try to find information that hasn’t already been added!
We will review this next week and use it to support our biography writing.
Next Monday, 14th January 2019, Leopards Class will be visiting the National Maritime Museum in Greenwhich. The purpose of this visit is to complement this terms topic on the North and South Poles and also to support our studies on the adventures of Shackleton.
Please click here for more information and the trip letter.
Dear Parents please take time to read our classes’ newsletter and you will find out more about our learning this Spring first half term!
Year 5 Leopards Class visited the Science Museum in South Kensington to support our current topic of Space, the Earth, Sun, Moon and beyond.
Here are some photos from our maths / science cross curricular lesson from yesterday. Our topic this term is SPACE.
Year 5 Meerkats and Leopards measured and created drawings of the Sun and planets to scale. We also calculated the distance
of each planet from the sun to to scale to help us visualize the size of our Solar System.
Dear Parents here is the letter for our coming class trips:
Non- Chronological Report Writing
Watch the Pandora video to find out some information about Pandora:
Use our new Y5 Padlet to add your research:
Leopards class visit Metro Bank
As part of the PSHE curriculum; Money- saving and spending, Year 5 had a series of visits from Metro Bank explaining the work of the Bank.
The sessions culminated in a visit to Metro Bank on Fulham High Street on 11th October 2018. The children had a chance to see the bank vault where the public can store their valuables, had a look at the cash machines and meet the Bank’s mascot!
Thank you to Metro Bank for giving us such an informative session!
Please use the new Y5 Padlet to share what you have learned so far in Y5. We will review this before half term. Add in anything you aren’t quite sure about too! Use your name as the title.
Dear Parents please take time to read our classes’ newsletter and you will find out more about our learning this Autumn first half term!
As a part of our launch day, Y5 experimented with playdoh. They were trialling two different methods (pinching and coiling), in preparation for creating their Grecian pots, using clay. The children preferred different methods and a wide range of pot shapes. They are looking forward to creating their pots from clay in the coming weeks.