Year Five

In both Writing and History lessons, Y5 children have been learning about the events of the Christmas Truce of 1914. Together, they have worked hard to write newspaper reports about the truce and using chrome books, presented these, using different layouts to replicate authentic newspaper reports.
This week, the Y5/6 Girl's football team competed in the Rotherham School Games football competition at Maltby Academy. This is the first time the team had played together and reached the semi-finals losing out on the finals day by one goal. Jessica Evans-Oakes and Rebekah Jones scored in each of the team's 1-0 wins and [...]
This week, the Y5/6 boys hockey team took part in the Rotherham School Games Hockey Finals. It was their first outing as a team and the whole school is extremely proud of the effort, commitment and how the hockey the team played. The team won one, lost two and drew two other matches to finish [...]
This week, the Y5/6 girl's hockey team took part in the Rotherham School Games hockey finals. It was their first outing as a team and the whole school is extremely proud of their effort, commitment, and how the hockey team played. The team won one, lost one, and drew three other matches. We are extremely [...]
In History, class Y5 have been learning about religious beliefs, rituals, and celebrations.  They also created gifts for the Oba’s.

Children in Y5 have been learning about the work of Nigerian artist Chief Jimoh Buraimoh. They have studied his paintings and then sketched their own ideas for their own painting in the same style. We cannot wait to see the final paintings!

Year 5 in the woods with Pops Outdoor Adventures looking at leaf markings.  
The Y5/6 football team took part in the cluster round of The Totty Cup this week. It was their first outing as a team and Mr Pedley was extremely proud of the effort, commitment and the football the team played. The team won one of their matches courtesy of a fine strike from an angle [...]
Last week, Class 12 all gained a Cultural Experience Pledge by going on a school trip to Ulley Resevoir. We had great fun canoeing, kayaking and jumping in the water!

On Friday 1st October, Y5 enjoyed a wonderfully active morning at Ulley Reservoir where the children took part in kayaking and sailing. All of the children behaved beautifully and supported each other. We all had a very wet, but great time.