Butterfly Y5: Class 5
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Butterfly Class: September 2022 - July 2023
This week's Brilliant Butterflies
4 October 2022
Today Grasshoppers and Butterfly class enjoyed learning a variety of PE skills. This term they will be rotating between Football, Outdoor Adventure Activities and Fitness.
In football, the children will be developing their footballing skills to ensure greater control of how to move whilst dribbling a football. They will learn how to pass the ball to teammates and consider which players are in the best position to pass to. During Outdoor Adventure Activities, children will learn to work effectively with others to complete challenges and use a range of different methods to communicate effectively. The children will also spend time working on their basic fitness and understanding of it’s importance in relation to sporting performance.
Puffin Class: September 2021 - July 2022
English: Poetry, Creativity and Performance!
This week, the Year 5 Children enjoyed discussing and analysing Robert Louis Stevenson's poem My Shadow. With this inspiration in mind, the children worked in groups of twos to design and create their own shadows and stories. They were very excited to have the opportunity to narrate and perform their Shadow Stories to their class. We had some amazing adventures with super heroes, dragons, flying rabbits, football heroes, witches and magic cats!
Puffin class have been learning the technique Pointillism. Pointillism is a technique of painting in which small, distinct dots of color are applied in patterns to form an image. Georges Seurat and Paul Signac developed the technique in 1886, branching from Impressionism.
Design & Technology
This term Upper School have been designing and creating birdboxes. They started the beginning of term researching and measuring the technical details of their designs in their books. Mrs Hewitt with the help of a few family members cut and shaped MDF board into the correct sizes. The children then constructed and glued the designs and finally last week they were able to decorate the final project. Below are Magpie class with their designs.