Year 5

Mr H Brandon and Mrs J Chan

Welcome to Year 5

Welcome to our wonderful year 5 class.

This year will be learning about the amazing Ancient Egyptians, the fearsome Anglo-Saxons and North America, just to name a few.

We are also going to be visiting Holy Island for 3 days. There, we will be seeing and do many amazing things.

During year 5 we are lucky enough to go swimming every Monday, and every Tuesday we have fantastic PE lessons.

Our time in year 5 will be a fun filled journey.



Pass it on Singing

For the past few weeks, Years 5 and 6 have been working with Katie and Will from the Sage Gateshead.  We have been learning traditional songs and a traditional dance.  We have all really enjoyed it.  We especially like singing the Blaydon Races and The Bonny Gateshead...

Science research

As part of their Science topic the children have been working in small groups to research some facts about endangered animals around the world. They chose key questions to help their research and get the most information. [gallery size="medium"...

Sharing special memories together

As part of their RE topic on Memorial Sacrifice the children from Year 5 have been thinking of items that evoke a happy memory inside of them.   They brought a special object into school and shared their special memories with their class. [gallery type="slideshow"...

Our completed Anglo-Saxon homes

This week we continued to work on our Anglo-Saxon homes and we are really proud of our final efforts.  We worked together in small groups to create our models which gave us the chance to share ideas and work as a team. [gallery type="slideshow" size="large"...

Anglo-Saxon Houses

As part of our topic on Anglo-Saxons we have been creating our own versions of an Anglo-Saxon home in our creative lessons. We have worked as a team to add the different features to our houses before painting them. [gallery size="medium"...

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