Wybunbury Delves C of E Aided Primary SchoolWybunbury Delves, NantwichWybunbury Delves C of E Aided Primary School
Wybunbury Delves C of E Aided Primary School
IMG_2194

We've completed another great week of PE in the lovely sunshine!Years 1 and 2 have worked on...

Image: 509C5B09-32EB-466D-8824-3334AB3316B3

Reception class, what another fabulous week we have had!Let's share our learning......

Image: 2C53D998-4703-462A-9803-D32A3823A09F

We are currently recruiting at Wybunbury Delves! Our fantastic school is in need of some new team...

Image: 9B027D69-8B05-40BA-AC5B-E36EA94D1B9E

This week has flown by Preschool...In our communication and language development, we listened to...

Y5 Weekly News

Home » News » Y5 Weekly News

We have had a busy week in Y5 and have enjoyed the sunshine too.

In Maths we have interpreted line graphs using intermediate lines to answer word problems. After watching a skydiver break the sound barrier, we went on to use time facts to calculate and answer questions on rate. Word problems are an area we are working hard on in Y5.

This week In English, we have begun our descriptive write, whilst listening to scary music we worked collaboratively to describe different pictures of demon bears, our word knowledge ended with a round robin battle as we challenged each other to have the best word. Our class novel has inspired our description as our starting and end sentences from our book frame our writing. We are now ready to edit and improve.

During Book Club we have focused on a story, answering different types of questions and discussing where in the text this information came from.

We have continued this week with our Science unit, Living Things and investigated the human life cycle. Thank you very much for all your beautiful photographs they certainly brought our lesson to life. Not all of them were easy to name as children tried to look for similar characteristics to help them with their decisions. Our discussion covered many areas as we put together our life cycles, including the ages of each cycle (old age at 50 according to Y5), life expectancy and even DNA.

We finished our week off with our usual Friday testing, this also included a Geometry assessment this week.

Enjoy your weekend and some lovely weather.
Mrs Burns.

© 2013 - 2021 Wybunbury Delves Primary School, Bridge Street, Wybunbury, Nantwich, Cheshire, CW5 7NE
Website designed by ThenMedia Ltd -Photos by: Academy Photos