As part of our work on the Mayan Civilisation, we made Mayan masks. We used papier mache to make the masks then decorated them.
Having enjoyed “The Hound Of The Baskervilles,” by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Class 11 had a go at solving their own mystery. They worked in teams to interpret lots of clues and find the culprit.
Class 11 took part in lots of activities for anti-bullying week (12th-16th Nov). They put together an assembly which involved them writing and performing plays and even some singing and dancing
Year 5 2018 Team Positions All Souls Y5 Team Score 24 1st Smithy Bridge Y5 Team Score 30 2nd Holy Trinity Y5 Team Score 40 3rd Norden Y5 Team Score 46 4th St. Joseph’s Y5 Team Score 61 5th Sacred Heart Y5 Team Score 62
Class 11 had great fun making lanterns using wooden sticks, tape, paper and lots of sticky glue. Many children joined Mrs Clark at the Lantern Festival in Littleborough to parade through the park and watch the light show.
Class 11 had a great time finding out about some of the toys and games that children would have played with in 1918.
Class 11 used their nimble fingers to help create the wonderful twig sculptures on display during our Armistice Service.
Clumsy Clarence got himself in a mess and mixed together salt, sand, paperclips, gravel and water. Class 11 had to design and carry out an experiment to separate the mixture. They all succeeded.
To celebrate 100 years since the end of WW1, Class 11 dressed up in clothes people might have worn in 1918, attended a special service, swirled each other around in country dances and learned more about Armistice Day.
During fitness week this year Class 11 tried dance, basketball, football and lacross.