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A trip to Yorkshire Sculpture Park #Y5

Yesterday, Y5 visited the Yorkshire Sculpture Park to observe and sketch the magnificent sculptures. The children created some amazing sketches. It was a hot day and we did lots of walking but the children had a fantastic day with smiles on their faces all throughout the day. The children were …

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Y5’s Islamic art

Y5 have painted their clay Islamic design using the four main components: geometric patterns, vegetal patterns, calligraphy and figural elements. We are well and truly blown away by how they turned out. Well done Y5! 🙂  

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Y5 carve with clay #hatters

Islamic art is very different to art found in Europe. Art in Islam is dominated by geometric designs usually with patterns, colour, texture and calligraphy. The children carved these patterns onto their clay stars ready to paint next week.

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Y5 learn the recovery position

In PSHE, Y5 have been looking at ‘healthy me’ and how to stay safe. We looked at how to stay safe and help others who maybe in need of help. The children followed the St John Ambulance steps of how to put someone into the recovery position. Great work Y5! …

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Merry Christmas Y5 #hatters

Here’s a little message to say Merry Christmas to Y5. You have all worked incredibly hard this half term and it has really paid off. The pieces of writing you have produced for both King Kong and The Tempest have been excellent and it’s been a pleasure to teach you …

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Soluble or insoluble

Y5 have LOVED their second science experiment in our new topic – Properties of Materials. Today we looked at the difference between melting and dissolving and carried out our own experiment to test which materials were soluble or insoluble.    

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