Year 5 Classes

Welcome to Year 5

We have two classes in Year 5. They are 5SS taught by Mrs Sellick and 5AA taught by Mr Apps/Mrs Ariss.
Our team Leader is Mr Apps.

If there are any issues or concerns, please feel free to come in and see the class teachers or contact our Team Leader.

Year 5 Home Learning Leaflet

Tag Rugby

5SS had a fantastic afternoon at PCSA playing Tag Rugby. All of our teams won most/all of their games. The children showed how much they have learnt in their PE sessions with Mr Blackler: they showed a clear knowledge of the rules; used effective tactics...

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PCSA Outdoor Education Festival

5AA were lucky enough to attend the Outdoor Education Festival at PCSA. The afternoon was full of exciting activities including archery, guiding a partner-folded and relay races. This encouraged us to use our teamwork skills, resilience and cooperation to...

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Learning The Time

In Year 3 we are learning how to tell the time. We have worked in partners with clocks, practising a range of times with each other. We have also used interactive games on the interactive white board and tried to beat our top scores of how many times we can identify...

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Year 5 Viking Visitor!

Year 5 had a very exciting visitor on Wednesday. A Viking came to our class! He regaled us with stories and myths. We were enthralled by the Viking creation story; tales of the death of Balder and the legend of Thor in the land of the giants. We are now...

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Seaside Art in Year 5SS

5SS have been inspired by local artist, Nicky Stevenson. We used her seaside artwork to create our own. After sketching our backgrounds and animals; experimenting with colour, contrast and shade; we moved on to produce our final piece. Some of us used...

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Key Stage 2 Hook Day

Kings Ash Academy: Brains of Britain At Kings Ash Academy, we have been busy learning about the Brains of Britain and our role within this. We have thought carefully about how we can use our Growth Mindset to be the best we can be. We thought about how this links to...

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