Welcome to Nightingales Year 5
Class Teacher: Mrs Hamblin
Teaching Assistant: Miss Marsden
CHARACTERS - WORLD BOOK DAY 2019
Well done to Nightingales! A super effort by the children bringing to life their favourite book characters. More photos to follow.
A super start to term 4 - Launching
This week we have taken part in science afternoon at South Wilts. Linked to our science topic (forces), the children made a trebuchet and used it to launch tennis balls. Despite the rain, the children had an amazing time. The session finished with an opportunity to launch rockets. Look out for their recounts of the event.
Starting this Wednesday (27th March 2019) Nightingales will be taking part in Healthy Me Bitesize.
Every Wednesday afternoon this term (for 1 hour), they will looking at healthy eating and taking part in some fun physical activities (this week it was a star jump challenge). There will be some homework linked to these sessions for them to share with you at home. It would be really helpful if you could encourage them to complete this before the next session on the following Wednesday.
Term 2 Week 2
13th November 2018
The individual classes took part in a series of workshops today, as part of our whole school focus on the Armistice and the end of World War 1. The workshops involving drama and poetry - entitled 'Poppies and Poetry' were then shown to the whole school. Nightingales focus was the Battle of the Somme. They performed some emotive poetry based on the events surrounding the battle.
Nightingales have had an amazing first week back at school learning about World War 1 and hope to be able to share some of their work next Friday.
They have also been lucky enough to take part in a murder investigation at South Wilts Grammar School. A huge thank you to everyone involved, especially Mrs Penwarden who looked after us for the afternoon. A fanatstic opportunity which the children really enjoyed.
This term the children will be improving their football skills during PE - photographs to follow.
17th October 2018. Linked to the theme of 'Homes' Nightingales have spent today working on some artwork in the style of Gabi Gimenez a French artist and Traveller. Creating designs with pastel and paint, using bright and bold blocks of colour.
Vultures - Are they worth saving?
Linked to our visit to the Hawk Conservancy during the summer term, Nightingales have just completed some persuasive writing to accompany their fantastic water-colour paintings which are on display outside the classroom.
Fantastic News - 26th September 2018 Author Visit
Nightingales and Woodpeckers to visit Leehurst Swan School to see Cressida Cowell
Unfortunately this event has been cancelled.