Welcome back to what promises to be a fun and action packed term here in year 5 at Carden. Click here for our autumn term topic web and don't hesitate to ask us any questions about any aspects of the curriculum. Keep your eyes peeled on our page as we'll be sharing some photos of the exciting learning that we'll be doing over the next few weeks.
Getting Dizzy with Dissolving
We've been investigating soluble and insoluble substances. It was great fun; if not a bit messy.
Making Maths Fun
Year 5 pupils this week demonstrated all the learning journey skills when they planned, designed and created their very own maths board games. Skills such as communication, being adaptable, working together, imagination, respect and helping each other to learn were all awarded with a plethora of stickers.
Bikeability Level 1
Year 5 pupils honed their cycling skills, confidence and safety with the help of a two day course from Bikeability.
Anglo-Saxon Stunning Start
Carden was 'invaded' by a host of Angles, Saxons and Jutes for a magnificent stunning start to this term's topic.
Year 5 worked with students from Sussex University to explore our Solar System. It was out of this world!
British Wildlife Centre
Year 5 learnt a great deal about British wildlife and our native habitats when we visited the British Wildlife Centre. We got to see all sorts of amazing animals, such as: Scottish wildcats, otters, foxes, badgers and hedgehogs.
"We really enjoyed writing about our adventure week because we were sharing a real-life experience." Harry
"I'm really enjoying learning songs for the Christmas performance in music."Frankie
" I like learning new things in school like the bear in the learning journey." Tommy
"Helping friends to learn always gives me a good feeling." Erica
"I think behaviour in our class is good. We are year 5 so we have to set an example to the younger ones." Amy
"I find choosing my own targets with my teacher in the Big Write challenging but I really like it as it helps me improve my own writing." Erica
"I am trying to be more resilient like the tortoise as I sometimes find it hard to get my ideas down." Henno
"I love Japanese club because learning about other cultures is fun and important." Kiera
Yellow Wave and Pirate Adventures
The children of year 5 and year 6 have been learning all about the ways of Pirates and life on the high seas. We have written poems, researched facts, penned pirate themed art and solved piratical maths problems, as well as learning about famous pirates and singing sea shanties. The highlight of our week was a trip to the sea front to take part in a range of sporting activities at Yellow Wave.