We had a great dressing up as our favourite book characters. We celebrated books by creating our own versions of ‘The Three Little Pigs’ and creating our own poems inspired by Roald Dahl characters. We solved the mystery of the World Book Day Costume winner through our Big Solve. We even studied Quentin Blake illustrations […]
During our Discovery Day, we investigated the effects of air resistance on different sized surface areas. We designed and carried out our own experiments including variables, making predictions and ensuring our testing was fair.
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Plymouth University provided amazing computing workshops for Year 5. The children were full absorbed in creating codes to make Lego toys move and instructing robots accurately travel across the hall. We had great fun!
Today we had a visit from a real life explorer: Mr Birch of the Royal Navy. In our topic this term, we have been learning about Sir Ernest Shackleton and his heroic, Antarctic Adventures. Birch was able to provide us with a modern perspective of life sailing on Pacific Ocean, the harsh conditions of the […]
We had an awesome morning with Mr Rocket building our own fires and whittling sticks to toast marshmallows. The class had amazing resilience using the flint and steal to light their kindling. Back in the classroom, we created an information text survival guide. Great fun!
We had had a visit from the Science Dome. It was absolutely AMAZING! We studied the rings of Saturn, investigated constellations and linked the stars to Greek myths. We even had time for a short roller coaster ride through the Milky Way.
We learnt about the moon phases and its movement around Earth. I hope you’ve noticed the amazing, astonishing alliteration in our Polzeath posts!
We took the classroom outside to explore the link between fractions and decimal numbers.
In the sunshine, we used chalk to draw place value grids and explored what happens when you multiply and divide a decimal number by 10, 100 or 1000.