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Beech class enjoyed their outdoor learning as a way to learn their important Y5 spellings. They worked in groups to follow an orienteering course to locate the spelling anagrams. They then had to try and work out what the spelling was.
World Book Day 2022
Exploring ambitious abstract nouns to consider the qaulities displayed by Mary Jackson and Dorothy Vaughan, two of the 'Hidden Figures' we have been learning about.
We have begun our work on the text 'Hidden Figures'. To begin with we have been inducted into our training programme for joining NASA. We read a tweet about NASA looking for new employees to join their agency and then wrote job adverts to try and recruit the right sort of people.
NASA must have loved our job adverts......they have been popping up all over Chorley!
A fun game to help us to understand how brackets are used.
Gracie really enjoyed our work on our Anne Frank text in English, so she was delighted to receive Anne Frank's diary as a Christmas present. She was very proud to share it with us.
We tried out a drama technique in English today called 'Conscience Alley' to explore the moral dilemma Otto Frank would have faced in what to do with Anne's diary.
'Should I publish Anne's diary?'
We played a spelling sentence game with our group to help us to learn how to spell our statutory spelling words for this term in Year 5.
We have been learning how to write relative clause sentences about Anne Frank.
Developing our expanded noun phrases to describe different rooms in the secret annexe where Anne Frank and her family hid during WW2.
Playing games to sort words into their different word classes
In class, we have been reading ‘The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse’ by Charlie Mackesy and exploring the themes of the book. We produced our own page that would be in keeping with the same style and motivational positive message.