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We are well into the swing in Y5 and have had another busy week.

In English we have completed our poetry and published our writing in our new study work books. We have now moved on to journal accounts and looked at the features this writing should contain. Our skills have been stretched as we reported on events only seen in pictures, we will continue with this next week.

In Maths we have calculated the volume of 3D shapes using both pictures and a new formula, MyMaths homework will support this learning. We have also recapped our knowledge on angles and moved onto using a protractor to calculate them accurately.

In History we have continued to look at the Skara Brae Neolithic settlement and compared it to other dwellings in the Paleolithic and Mesolithic periods. We have begun to create a floor plan of Skara Brae as it stands today.

In RE we have produced our own prayers thinking carefully about our families and friends.

We have begun to learn a new rap in Music and thoroughly enjoyed strutting our stuff to it. We have also learnt a Stone Age song, sung to the tune of a Queen song.

In PSHE this week we had a visit from PC Nick reminding us all of the importance of water safety. PC Nick delivered this message through a Timon and Pumbaa video followed by an advert he watched when he was younger. This important message was well received by our children.

We celebrated St. Georges day in school by dressing up and discussing the importance of our British Values. Our children were adamant that one of the most important qualities we should have is to respect people for who they are and not what they look like or possess.

I would like to thank everyone who supported our class fundraiser last weekend, now to put some thought into the best use of the funds collected.

Have a lovely weekend.
Mrs Burns.

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