We have had a very busy final week of term: writing our amazing stories; crazy Charleston dancing and completing a challenging Kahoot quiz to round off our topic.
Here are some of our story beginnings…
One stormy night a tornado appeared out of nowhere. Riley woke up and looked out of his window. He saw a mysterious doorway. The door was colourful and squeaky. He was amazed, he’d never seen anything like it before. Ashley
My eyes opened slowly I felt very faint, I tried to get up but I just fell back to the floor. I did manage to get a quick glimpse of my surrounding’s though, it was dusty and the floor was like red rock I’d never seen anything like it, well I was only twelve years old. Where was I and why what was I doing here? Bonnie
Far, far away in a place full of secrets and mysteries that only the select few knew about. Georgina
At first it was just gentle creeks, after a while it got louder occasionally you could hear the faint sound of a violin. Honey
“Anne, why do you have to give us measles?” exclaimed Tom. He was so annoyed.
“I didn’t mean to do on it purpose!” Shouted Anne. Jed
Bang! The lightning woke carrot up. Will B
Moves 6 to 10 and making our own sequences…
Bonnie was our Kahoot champion but it was very close and we have all learnt lots this term. Here are a couple more of our completed drawings too…
The year 5 went to the RE Life Experience and had a fantastic time.
We all have our holiday homework!
Have a great holiday and see you on Monday 22nd February.
We are finding our new PE unit a challenge however we are making great progress and will all be able to enter ‘Strictly’ next year. So long as we can do the Charleston every week!
Our target to memorize a short poem by the end of term is coming along nicely. We copied and decorated our choices as homework…
Last week we also started a unit on writing stories. We had a look at the Radio 2, 500 Words competition website and read several of last years top 50 entries. We are going to use this site to inspire us. Some of us are already writing stories to enter at home.
In the last Key Stage 2 school meeting we shared our completed display. We are very pleased with the end result.
Oscar and Luca read their fantastic ‘Explanation of the Water Cycle’.
We have all been working very hard on these in our English lessons. We have been working in pairs to help each other use more ambitious conjunctions, technical vocabulary, formal and passive voice and finally to edit our work and write up our final drafts.