Little Stars Workshop

July 16, 2015

This blog was written by Prince, Lydia & Shazil Yesterday, on the 15th of July 2015, the company Little Stars did a work-shop with Team Year 5 for the day. The work-shop was in year 4’s classroom because it was the biggest room in the school. First of all we were split into 5 groups, […]


Spitfires ahead!

July 16, 2015

This blog was written by Danielus, Hammad and James. On the 3rd of July some people from Year 5 made Spitfires, because WW2 is our topic. First we had to colour the plane and it took so long. We then had to cut, score, fold and assemble the planes. The Spitfire was used by Britain […]


Fruit Kebabs Anyone?

July 16, 2015

This blog was written by Tyler, Rayane and Hamza. On the 10th of July, 2015 Year 5 made some fruit kebabs for our end of term Barbecue. We had some beautiful fruits to prepare and we shared them with Year 6 and some parent helpers. Everyone said they were really tasty and not a single […]


P4C – Philosophy for Children.

July 16, 2015

P4C aims to teach reasoning and argumentative skills to pupils.  We have had a few sessions in class using visuals as a stimulus and last week Rod Cunningham came in to do a session with a storybook.  The pupils enjoyed devising and discussing questions which challenged their current thinking and allowed them to reason within an […]


Ration books at the ready!

July 16, 2015

We produced our own ration books during out topic lesson. During the war, clothes, fuel and food were rationed due to shortages.  In those days people were more resourceful and would repair and re-use items more readily then today. Wooden mushrooms were used to make darning socks a lot easier and  cobblers make a profit repairing leather […]