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Blencathra - Year 5

From Ghyll scrambling to bug finding to being Robin Hood, the children in Year 5 had an amazing time at Hawes End this year. Lots of memories made.

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Measuring Angles

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We measured angles drawn on our tables and then checked the work of others

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MSSC day celebrating Ramadan, Year 5 made Moroccan Lentil Soup and Turkish Bread

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Orienteering Challenge 16.04.19

British Science Week 11.03.19

Spellbinding 2019! Check out the amazing books we received as part of the Cumbria Spellbinding Challenge

Air resistance

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We have been investigating AIR RESISTANCE as part of our forces topic.

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Throwback! Beautiful artwork created during Black History Month inspired by Louis Mailou Jones

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Dear Parents,

Following this week’s Parents Evening appointments and from listening to the concerns some of you have.. I have decided to amend our class homework schedule.

In line with the school policy (which can be found on the school website) all pupils are expected to read, practise spellings and times tables on a daily basis. Pupils will also be set talk homework in line with the week’s writing focus.

In Year 5, I have decided to amend the day in which homework is given out to a FRIDAY, this means children will have all weekend to complete homework as well as the following week, Homework will also be due in on a Friday,

Homework will consist of reading, a list of spellings (normally chosen to fit with current writing focus), talk homework and times tables. I have sent home today a new maths book, this will have learn it challenges which can be completed by your child for extra times table practice.

I recognise this is a small challenge to complete but children are aware they can extend this activity. For example, children can write the fact families for each calculation.

So to clarify, homework will be set on a Friday to return the following Friday. Children should be reading, practising spelling and times tables on a daily basis.

Thank you ,

Miss Ewart

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Dear Parents and Year 5 Pupils,

Wow! I can’t believe we are at the October half term break already. What a whirlwind first half term.

Just a quick note to say thank you. Thank you for your support and hard work so far. We have been working extra hard in all areas to ensure expectations are known from the offset and I am happy to say everyone has risen to the challenge.

In maths we have been focussing on perfecting our problem solving and reasoning skills and I am also happy to say Blencathra class are amazing at this. In English we have read The Viewer and have written some excellent Wicked Writing pieces. We have even impressed Mrs Mitchell and Miss Astell with our everyday use of technical language.

Over the half term break if you feel that your child would benefit from extra spelling practice, I have sent home their Talk Homework book which has the curriculum spellings in the back. Also, if your child would like to practice their times table facts there are some awesome games on the top marks website- Hit the Button and Daily 10. The website links are:

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/hit-the-button

https://www.topmarks.co.uk/maths-games/daily10

Thank you again. I hope your all have a relaxing half term break.

Miss Ewart and Mrs Strong.

P.S Year 5- I will reward 25 points for each ‘and’ you can successfully change to a higher level conjunction. Good Luck!

Night and day experiments

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Blencathra class have been working SO hard creating a dance routine with our Dance Coach. What do you think?

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Editing Stations

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Blencathra class have been working hard writing newspaper articles about the disappearance of Tristan (the main character from our text, The Viewer). We used Editing Stations to check punctuation, spellings and improve our writing.

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Amazonian Tribal Headdresses

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Blencathra class had so much fun creating Tribal Headdresses with Mrs Mitchell yesterday afternoon! They were eager to show their designs off to Miss Ewart so we held a Cumwhinton Catwalk! Just look at their efforts... AMAZING!

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Roald Dahl Day! 

Blencathra class made some lovely memories during Roald Dahl day. From Mike TV to the Grand High Witch we all dressed as our favourite characters and enjoyed making BFJ dream jars and drawing Willy Wonka with the help of Quentin Blake himself!

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