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Spring 2

Spring 2 Week 5


City of Trees, an environmental conservation organisation, worked with Year 5 this week to plant tree saplings. Over a hundred saplings have been planted on our site to support our grounds.


Spring 2 Week 4.

This week Year 5 really enjoyed celebrating 'Aspirations Driver Day'. Our visitors were 

Scott Crossley, who is a lift engineer and Musa, a sports coach. The children asked lots of interesting questions and were really inspired by the enthusiasm that our speakers displayed. 

The children had the opportunity to discuss within classes what they aspire to be when they are older.

Mehnaz, Rabiul and Aryaan spent time at home producing presentations about their hopes for the future. Very impressive, well done!

Coach Musa explaining how he became a sports coach and the passion he has for teaching children.

  Scott sharing with Larch Class the qualities it takes to become a lift engineer.


Spring 2 Week 3

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In music we are learning all about rap music and singing the song 'Fresh Prince of Bel Air' by Will Smith. Check out Mr.Preston's version of the song!

Spring 2 Week 2


This week, we celebrated World Book Day. Pupils came to school dressed as their favourite character from a book that they love. There were so many incredible costumes. Pupils shared their love of reading through various creative activities, including creating a board game based on their favourite book.

Pupils were also invited to create a "book in a box" based on a book that they love. Year Five's efforts were outstanding, to say the least!

Some of Year Five's amazing 'Book in a Box' submissions

Spring 2 Week 1 

This week, we celebrated International Mother Languages Day. Pupils shared languages they spoke at home and different greetings they use. They also looked at greetings from different countries around the world, decorating flags to celebrate this.

We were very lucky to be visited by a parent who shared information about the language of Yoruba from Nigeria. Pupils really enjoyed learning facts about the language, counted from 1-10 and learned greetings such as 'good morning', 'good afternoon', 'good evening' and 'good night'.

Finally, we learned about sign language and signed along to our school song, Count on Me.