Anglo Saxon Brooches

This week, Hawk class have looked at photos of Anglo-Saxon artefacts and started to design and make their own Anglo-Saxon style brooches.

We’ve really enjoyed spotting the patterns and commonalities in the Saxon pictures to use as inspiration for our own… more photos to follow when they’re finished!¬†

Home work 22.09.17

CGP books:  SPAG pages 9 and 10 (adverbs)

SPaG homework due in on Thursday 28th September

Spellings:  fought, nought, thought, sought, ought, bought, appreciate, attached, available, average (spelling test Friday)

Reading at home: please listen and sign reading records 3 times a week (checked on Friday)

Optional school homework club in school: Wednesday 12pm

Welcome to Year 5

At the end of our first, full week in Year 5, I wanted to post a huge well done to all of Hawk class for proving themselves to be a fantastic and hardworking team. From learning about where the Anglo-Saxons came from to developing ideas and features of a character description, the children have approached all of their learning with enthusiasm and perseverance. In Maths, we have been developing our place value understanding in 6 and 7 digit numbers and Hawks have shown skills in both reasoning and problem-solving. A great start Hawk class – well done!