It's not boring at all because we get the SPaG crown, the Maths medal and the listening ears. You get to play games like Articulate!, Invisible Man (a spelling game) and the times-table challenge. Mrs Lohoar, who is my teacher, taught us how to do relative clauses. She also taught us how to write news … Continue reading Thoughts on Year 5…
We visited Hary Potter World as part of our literacy learning. Having spent lots of time reading, writing and generally enjoying ‘Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone’, we spent a day at the set in Watford. It was amazing!
We entered the Grand Hall and we were blown away! It was like the book came to life.
As we moved through the aircraft hangers, we spotted so many familiar objects and places.
Everywhere we looked we recognised things. There was so much to see and do. We lifted broomsticks magically, we boarded the Hogwarts Express and we tried to make it through platform 9 3/4.
The place was huge and some of it was outside. We saw the Dursleys’ house, the Knight bus, and we rode on the motorbike and in the flying car.
We walked down Diagon Alley. There were shops and places we recognised all around. We found…
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We haven't told you about our SPaG royalty lately so here is the latest: Yesterday we had to share the SPaG crown out because the work was that amazing. We were really more Harry Potter and learning new words, as you do, and these two came up with some fabulous compound and complex sentences using the … Continue reading SPaG!
Last Friday was our Harry Potter trip, and there is so much to show you and to tell you about. Here is just a preview...
Just a reminder to all Year 5 children and their parents or carers: The next Why Weight? session will take place on Tuesday, 21st March, instead of Friday, 24th March. This is because we will be going on our Harry Potter trip next Friday! The next Why Weight? session will be an activity one, Year … Continue reading Schedule Change for Next Week!
We are continuing to enjoy Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (big trip next week!), and each time read, we never fail to be blown away by J.K. Rowling's magical words. Today in Literacy, we produced some fantastic writing of our own, focusing on description. We had a picture of a boy as a starting point. Don't … Continue reading Delightful Descriptive Writing