Welcome to Athelstan Community Primary School

Welcome to Mr Tull's Year 5 Class Page

 

We do PE on: 

We test spellings on: Wednesday

We practise our times tables: Monday

Our daily homework is to read to an adult at home and practise our times tables and spellings in order to ensure we make the best possible progress during our time in Year 4 and Year 5

Additional homework will be set occasionally throughout the year. 

 

This term our topic is 'Land of the Free' Click Here to find out about the exciting activities we have planned.

 

Useful Documents                         

                   

Class Letters   

                                                                          

   

The children celebrated their topic landing by baking Amercian style biscuits for their families and asking for feedback. They also made up their own quizzes based on this term's learning which their families joined in with using the ipads.

The children in Milestone 3 had an amazing, creative day performing, “A Million Dreams” from “The Greatest Showman”. We chose which performance area we would like to focus on: dancing, singing or playing instruments. We spent the morning practising our routines and learnt a variety of skills. In the afternoon, we came together to practice our ensemble before performing for the children in Milestone2. We were very proud of our performance and the audience enjoyed the show.

 

We have had lots of fun our first day together in Year 5.

This morning, we got to know each other by creating our own 'This is me' profile booklets. We wrote about ourselves, and listed our favourite things as well as our achievements and aspirations. We made sure that we didn't put our names on them as we mixed them up and tried to work out whose was whose.

This afternoon we looked at skylines of American cities as our topic is 'Land of the Free' (USA). We used some examples to inspire our own city skylines and some of use did Seattle, New York and Chicago. we cut them out of black card and then pasted them on to a sky that we designed ourselves using pastels. They look awesome!