Friday 17 May 2024

Year 5 Certificates 17.05.24

 

Almond

Star Writer: Larissa

E for Excellence: Ryan 

Reflectiveness: Manreet

Reciprocity: Megan

Resilience: Eden


Lime

Star Writer: Kindah

E for Excellence: Darci

Reflectiveness: Lucas

Resourcefulness: Eleni

Reciprocity: Olivia 

Resilience: Max



Oak

Star Writer: Hashir

E for Excellence: Amber

Reflectiveness: Miraz

Resilience: Louie-Ray

Teacher Happy:  Loju



Year 5 Biome Conservation


 



Today in Geography , Year 5, looked at the human impact on biomes around the world. The children were asked the research question 'How do humans affect our environment?' and then undertook independent research to find answers and examples. 




 After, the children created a photo story to show the damage that has occured and ways in which we need to improve to protect it. 




'I chose the tropical biome because of the levels of deforestation that we have and this is causing many animals to lose their habitats' - Karimah, Lime


Next week the children will present their research to the whole class. We will then discuss what we need to do to ensure the impact on our planet is minimised.  




As the next generation we believe we need more extensive knowledge of the way we are impacting earth. Ipsa, Almond

"I remember the impact of humans on my Biome from our topic on Climate Change" Hashir, Oak




Thursday 16 May 2024

Year 6 Junior Citizen Trip - Friday 28th June 2024

 


Dear Parents & Carers,

On Friday 28th June, Year 6 are luckily enough to be part of the Junior Citizen programme, funded by the Mayor’s Office (MOPAC).

The event consists of a variety of scenarios based around personal safety lasting approximately 10 minutes each, provided by various organisations’ such as: Havering’s Community Safety Team; the Metropolitan Police Service; London Fire Brigade; Wize Up; Safer Transport and Cycle Safety to name but a few.  

As they make their way around the event each group will be given scores.  At the end of the two weeks the scores will be checked and the winning team will be invited to the Town Hall to meet the Mayor for a small presentation and lunch.

The venue this year will be at The Territorial Army Building in London Road, Romford.

Year 6 will leave school at 12.30, after lunch, by coach and return, we hope, latest 3.30.

Please give your permission for your child below by Friday 14th June

Please give your permission for your child to attend here



Monday 13 May 2024

Year 5 Spelling 13.05.24

 

A


B


C


1

affect

1

affect

1

parents

2

effect

2

effect

2

Christmas

3

accept

3

accept

3

everybody 

4

except

4

except

4

even 

5

advise

5

advise

5

circle

6

advice

6

advice

6

eight

7

practise

7

practise

7

fruit

8

practice

8

practice

8

group

9

device

9

licence

9

build

10

devise

10

license

10

learn

11

current

11

prophecy



12

currants

12

prophesy



13

prophecy

13

device



14

prophesy

14

devise



15

ammateur

15

ammateur



16

grid

16

affect



17

reference

17

effect



18

symbols

18

accept



19

vertical

19

except



20

horizontal 

20

advise




Saturday 11 May 2024

Year 6 Certificates - 10.05.24

A massive well done to all of the children who received a certificate this week. As we approach our SATs week we just want to convey how immensely proud we are of the year group. 




Birch 

E for E - Charlie
Star Writer - Maya


Larch 

E for E- Zuriel
Star Writer- Lidia 
Reflectiveness- Yanna
Resilience-  Tiana
Resourcefulness- Ava
Reciprocity- Faizah 


Redwood 

E for E - Mason 
Star Writer - Varvara
Teacher Happy - Mihai



Friday 10 May 2024

Year 5 Certificates 10.05.24

 


Almond



Star Writer: Sahir 

E for Excellence: Dom



Lime



Star Writer: Rosie

E for Excellence: Lexie-Mai

Reflectiveness: Ryan

Resourcefulness: Sophia

Reciprocity: Tala

Resilience: Jimmy

Teacher Happy: Max


Oak


Star Writer: Meerab

E for Excellence: Eddie

Reflectiveness: Louie-Ray

Reciprocity: Flynn & Lexi



Immersing Ourselves in Monologues in Year 5

 Immersing Ourselves in Monologues in Year 5 

This week, we began looking at our new text type - monologues. On Tuesday,we read through one called ‘Spaghetti Bolognese’ and thought carefully about how we would use our expression to show the character’s emotions.

Some of us were extremely resilient and performed our dramatic monologues to the class. Following the performances we reflected on them and fedback our thoughts to the performers.



"Abdulkarim's expression made it a dramatic monologue." Dom, Almond

"I love to use my body language when I'm performing my monologue" Karima, Lime





"I loved getting to share the narrators inner thoughts" Miraz, Oak