Today, the children had a fantastic opportunity to investigate and handle a cow’s heart and lungs. The cow’s organs were provided by Thomas, a trainee veterinary nurse. He presented an insightful presentation and quiz that helped the children fully get involved with the investigation. It is clear the boys and girls in 5th class really enjoyed it!
For the month of January the children were asked to create a group project based on their study of Great Britain and historical exploration of the Plantations.
Well done 5th Class on your amazing achievements!
The theme of Science week
this year was “Climate Change”!
At the start of the week 5th class enjoyed a school talk from the Green Schools about the impact of Climate Change
and what we can do!
We also had a chance to work on a number of science challenges ranging from exploring how electric cars work to making spinners using recycled materials. On Friday, the class presented their science experiments ranging from hover crafts to a tornado in a bottle and much more.
Well done to 5th class for all their efforts in making a memorable science week for all. The future is definitely bright!
5th Class had fun for Maths week. They planned and designed over the course of the week their very own maths games. So many of the children had put in such an amazing effort and gone above and beyond the guidelines.
The children also did a little coding and completed maths challenges online. Finally on Friday, 5th class had the chance to present and play their maths games with each other. They also explored the school grounds with a Maths trail.
Recently, 5th class explored the history of the Suffragettes.We learned so many interesting facts. Particularly, we explored the role of Emmeline Pankhurst in making the right to vote for women a key human rights achievement for the 20th Century.
Overall, we definitely have a lot to be thankful for when we look at how society has changed for the better since the right for women to vote was passed in 1928.
Please take a look at the research we undertook for our reports about the Suffragette movement.