Year 5

Mr Coop and Mrs Holden

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Take a look at our photographs from our recent visit to Manchester Museum, where we spent time studying the Ancient Egyptians.
Take a look at some of the photographs of us constructing our own Egyptian pyramids, as part of our Design and Technology work.
Ever wanted to know how the Ancient Egyptians built their pyramids. Let Year 5 tell you how! The class have been busy researching and writing about how the pyramids were built.
Year 5 have been doing some descriptive writing listen to some of their stories here.
Meet the new Year 5 monitors for 2016 / 2017, who will be working hard to make sure that our classroom runs smoothly.
Take a look at some of our photographs, from our recent visit to Southwell Workhouse, near Newark in Nottinghamshire.
Take a look at some of our hotel brochures. Would you like to stay in these hotels?
Take a listen to some of our protest songs, inspired by our work on lyrics in our music lessons.
Mason from Year 5 is a keen runner, take a look at his achievements.
Take a look at some of our photographs from our recent visit to the Young Voices concert at the Manchester Arena.
Have a listen to some of our Haiku poems about Victorian Britain, inspired by our work on the book "Street Child".
Listen to our performances of a list poem describing what happened to Jim Jarvis and how he felt, when he escaped from the dreaded workhouse in our class story, "Street Child", by Berlie Doherty.
Come and read the letters we've written in character.
As part of their literacy lessons, Year 5 have been reading the book, "Street Child", by Berlie Doherty. Find out about the main charater, Jim Jarvis, by taking a look at some of the diary entries that the children wrote in role.
Year 5 have made their own Ancient Egyptian death masks, inspired by Tutankhamun's own mask.
Come and see what Year 5 got up to when they visited the Manchester Museum
Take a listen to some of our oral stories, based upon our work on The Ancient Egyptians.
The discovery of the tomb of Tutankhamen was a major event from November 1922. Take a look at our newspaper articles, describing this historical event.
Have a listen to some of our diary entries, in character as Howard Carter, as he is about to discover the tomb of Tutankhamen.
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