Year 5 Class News

Knowledgeable Kahooters!

Posted on Tuesday 30 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Recently, within our Y5/6 reading lessons, we have been completing Kahoot’s based on texts that we have read.

Our first Kahoot was about the story: Gaby to the Rescue.

Out of 49 of us who played, there could only be three places on the podium.

These have gone to… (drum roll)

Congratulations to Eliza, Daisy and F (whoever you are)!

Keep up the good work, everybody!

 

Celebrating Home Learning

Posted on Wednesday 10 June 2020 by Mr Wain

I am still ever so proud of the sheer effort and determination you lot are putting into your home learning. It seems like it has been ages but you guys have shown me just how dedicated to your learning you are – it’s wonderful!

Below are some pictures of learning that have been sent to me.

See if you can find your own learning or work out who the other pieces of learning belong to!

Remember, keep sending me your work so I can send you stars and steps and well done again.

Year 5 class photo

Posted on Monday 01 June 2020 by Mr Wain

Hi everybody!

A parent of a Y5 pupil has organised a class photo for us all via Zoom. This Zoom call will take place at 4 pm on Tuesday 02 June and the details have been emailed out – ask school is you’re not sure. Some of the teaching team and I will be attending and we hope that you can make it, too!

Leeds Children’s Mayor

Posted on Wednesday 27 May 2020 by Mr Wain

Year 5 pupils!

A great opportunity lies below…

You have the chance to become the next Children’s Mayor of Leeds!

This is a great opportunity to learn about citizenship and democracy and to stand a chance of becoming the next Children’s Mayor of Leeds.

Leeds Children’s Mayors is an annual citizenship project that has been running for 15 years. It is run in partnership between Democratic Services and the Voice and Influence Team at Leeds City Council.

The 12 finalists: The final 12 candidates will have their photo and manifesto published on the Breeze website during the voting period before being invited to the prestigious finalist’s reception at Leeds Civic Hall where they will have tea with the Lord Mayor of Leeds.

The Leeds Children’s Mayor serves a one year term, which is for the duration they are in year 6. During their term they will attend lots of different events with the Lord Mayor of Leeds as well as work with council offers to make their manifesto idea into a reality.

What you need to do:

You need to write a manifesto to become Leeds Children’s Mayor.

http://www.leedsforlearning.co.uk/Page/16720

If you are interested, click on the above link for further information. You can find previous winning manifestos for help, further guidance and more general information about the contest.

If you want to ask me any questions then feel free, too! [email protected]

The deadline for submissions is Wednesday 17th June.

Good luck!

 

Trick shots!

Posted on Thursday 21 May 2020 by Mr Wain

A week or so ago, we challenged you to send in your best trick shots!

Some are embedded into the post and others you will have to click on the link to view them! Nonetheless, here are the trick shots Year 5 had on show:

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Mad skills, Y5!

What have you got Y6?

 

The Roundhay Adder!

Posted on Thursday 21 May 2020 by Mr Wain

Will has been hard at work with a very creative art project!

Will has come up with an idea that is sure to bring a sense of community and togetherness, whilst also sharing his own art skills and encouraging others to share theirs, too!

The Roundhay Adder is a snake made up of decorative rocks of which anybody can add to!

It currently stands at over 50 rocks!

Keep up the good work, Will!

A week at Moortown

Posted on Monday 18 May 2020 by Mr Owen

Hi everyone,

How are you all? I hope you’ve had a good weekend and are raring to go for another week of home learning.

We had a good week at school last week. We made about as much sweet music as 8 children under 10 can make with xylophones…

We constructed weird and wonderful creations with bricks…

and tried something new when we made some lovely artwork with coloured sand.

What have you tried that was new?

Physical Activity: Challenge

Posted on Wednesday 13 May 2020 by Mr Wain

A week or so ago I challenged you to complete some sort of physical activity.

I myself was challenged to a toilet roll challenge – balancing a toilet roll whilst completing different exercises!

This is my attempt…

Click here.

Class Novel: Odd and the Frost Giants – by Neil Gaiman

Posted on Monday 11 May 2020 by Mr Wain

Happy Sunday!

When we were at school back in March, we were enjoying our class novel ‘Odd and the Frost Giants’ by Neil Gaiman during our History topic: Vikings!

Click here to access the audio book version if you’re still interested in reading on!

Keep happy and healthy!

CHALLENGE INCOMING from Mr Wain and Miss Wilson…

Posted on Monday 04 May 2020 by Miss Wilson

… to a trick shot challenge!

Here’s Mr Wain’s and here’s Miss Wilson’s!

Who has got the best trick shot?
Who can play it cool the best?
Who can find the most ridiculous items?

We’re challenging you to find what you can from around your home or garden and complete a spectacular shot. Send in your videos and we can answer this important question:

WHO CAN ‘TRICK SHOT’ BETTER… Y5 OR Y6?!

[email protected]
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