On World Book Day we read 'Here we Are' by Oliver Jeffers. It's a guide book for someone who has just be born telling them how life on our planet works! We created posters offering advice to anyone who has just joined the human race.
Sing Together 2020
Don't forget to check out our singing. You can hear use by going to the video resource library by using the 'Children' menu.
Jump around. Jump around. Jump up, jump up and get down!
Feeling lifeless? Year 5 can resuscitate you!
Year 5 breaking down the walls and heading outside for some 'outdoor learning' using homemade gnomons- and yes 'gnomons' is a word :)
How are you going to pick up dried pasta using a couple of pencils? By working collaboratively in a PSHE lesson! That's how!
On Monday 2nd March Year 5 will be taking part in 'Sing Together' at King George's Hall in Blackburn at 6pm. Check out the resources below to learn the songs and to purchase tickets directly from the box office.
TicketsGet tickets direct from the box office here.
SingTogetherYou can log in to access the resources by using the password: SingTogether2020
Here are the links to some resources to help you learn the songs:
Excellent balances using their core to steady themselves to hold for three!
Come and See: Exploring how to wait patiently and the advantages this has on our mood.
Perfecting our control using a hockey stick...
Starting a new year looking very smart!
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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