Year 5 and 6 have been singing beautifully in music. They have been practicing “On Top of the World” by Imagine Dragons for the past few weeks and here is the result of all their hard work. Well done year 5 and 6, watch out for their future success!
Our topic, Sitges and local traffic, has inspired Year 5 to design and build a city that allows traffic to flow freely. We have looked at road types and strategies on where to place important buildings like: hospitals, police station, schools, etc. Year 5 are even including 3D buildings to bring their plans to life! Miss Carrington.
This week, Year 5 has been exploring the world of shape! We built 3-d shapes to calculate the volume, we had a lot of fun building interesting shapes and using our written methods to complete our work.
El passat 6 de març les classes de Y4 i Y5 van anar a Reus al teatre a veure l´obra de teatre en català : Món de colors. L´espectacle els va agradar molt . Els actors van fer molt bona representació i van ensenyar que al món tots podem col.laborar junts siguem d´on siguem i vinguem d´on vinguem per tal d´obtenir un fi comú. Per cert , passejant per Reus , vam poder observar que és una ciutat preciosa on predomina l´estil modernista.
Children are discussing changes in their lives from the little changes to new lives: moving countries, meeting new friends, getting older, etc.
It’s been exam week – not that it was as intense as other terms. So it has been a heavy week but we ennded really nicely with a trip to the Maritime Museum.
WE went with y4 and y5 and hada workshop on maps which was interesting. We then went to look a a sailing ship in the old port – still part of the museum visit. The sun shone and we had a lovely warm day after the rain of earlier in the week. A lovely end to the week!
Children were able to explore Spain’s history in world exploration by boat.
Children visited an actual boat used by the Spanish as well as hold and analyse actual nautical instruments used on voyages!
This week in year 5 we tried our best to follow and then evaluate instructions by making salt dough. We read, measured amounts and followed each step. We put our maths skills to use by carefully measuring amounts to create dough with a good consistency. Some of us even made figurines when they dried!
This week Primary students have enjoyed singing together with ECU 2 in their Assembly. This time we celebrated the achievements of some of our Primary students. Well done everyone!
Jan – For an absolute outstanding improvement in English!!!
Jordi – For being a super star in Maths by learning his doubles to 20 and understanding the value of 2 digit numbers
Noor – For super effort and presentation in her work
Alberto – For trying hard and always joining in.
Finn – Improvement in her handwriting and English Comprehension
Elizabeth – Excellent achievement in Maths
Kuba- Excellent progress in all subjects
Noa – Settling well into year 4
Pedro – interesting and creative ideas in literacy
Claudia – for having a positive and enthusiastic attitude to times tables.
Sam – Sam has made some exciting progress since the start of this term!
Sam has remembered his prime numbers and times tables so that he can factor numbers. Sam has been giving his undivided attention during the lessons, impressing all of his teachers, is a great help when working in groups.
Ginnie – Ginnie has been working on her targets and what an improvement in her quality of work. She shows great focus and the skills of an effective learner! Well done on working towards your goals!
Virginia – Virginia has shown great perseverence in her Maths and shows in her work. She has been trying really hard in all subjects and does not give up but tries again and again. What a good example you have set for others!
Alex – for great new attitude – a really good approach to work.
Tjade- for great new attitude – a really good approach to work.
Clara – for much better work in Maths
Topic – Children were able to complete the unit on The Industrial Revolution by investigating Tibidabo, which was built in 1901 and used the new industrial machinery to do so. Children worked in groups to design, plan and
make their own fairground rides which were modeled off of Tibidabo! Job well done guys!