Class F

Welcome to Class F

We are a class of 28 students from Years 5 & 6. Our teacher is Mr Midgley and we have various Teaching Assistants on different days: Mrs Johnson, Mr Robinson and Mrs White. 

Our topic this term is 'Living things and their habitats - classification'

Our Timetable

We have PE on Thursdays and Fridays this term. 

Please have your PE kit in school all week as sometimes we swap our PE day over.

We usually have science on a Tuesday.

 



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Science Week 2019 - Class F

Class F explored conductors and insulators and came up with logic-defying art made from conductive dough. This was modelled into shapes of the children's choosing with a gap down the middle - bridged by LEDs to show the circuit was sound.

 

We then went on to investigate what people ate in times gone by. Becoming archaeologists, we discussed how we find out about the past and concluded that examining 'Poo' would be an excellent (if not revolting) way to discover the diets of ancient people. 

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Science - Circulatory Systems

As part of our studies of teh circulatory systems, the children were given the option of making cardboard hearts and lungs to show relative sizes, shapes and positions.

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5...4...3...2...1...BLAST OFF!

5...4...3...2...1...BLAST OFF!

As part of our Space topic, Class F have been desining and making model rockets. The design was to encompass the different stages of the rockets and it had to seperate. The children's cutting skills and glueing accuracy was tested to their limit (as was the strength of the vacuum at clean-up time!)

The results are super however and worth all the chaos and mess.

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Year 5s on the road!

Bikeability

The year 5s took to the road in April as they were taught how to ride their bikes safely. Not only fun, the main focus of the instruction is to navigate the roads and become a considerate, and safe road user. Instructors put the children through their paces: teaching them how to handle their bikes on the playground before allowing them on the road. They then followed each other out and mastered signalling and manouvering around the village routes. 

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