Have you seen the Kids' Zone? Play games and visit some cool websites.
You can vote for your favourites.
We had a fantastic trip to this outdoor activity centre trying out new and often daring activities. The children really did each other proud encouraging each other to take part.
They came home with a real sense of achievement and some very tired adults!
Year 5 along with the rest of Key Stage 2, enjoyed this themed afternoon during which they became pretend tourists for the afternoon learning the vocabulary of directions and using a map to find a location as well as other activities including restaurant role play.
We looked at Picasso's work for inspiration and re-imagined some of his artwork
adding our own style.
El Salvador Crosses
Year 5 made the vibrant El Salvador Crosses as part of our Cross of Nail Display to celebrate the centenary of The Diocese of Coventry.
Jacob and Sons
Congratulation Year 5 for your amazing production re-working
the classic "Joseph" story.
Jacob had 12 sons and Joseph was his favourite which the brothers did not like
and took their revenge....
Other Key Stage 2 classes joined as the chorus and with the costumes, lights and music
it was a fantastic sell out show.
Well done to everyone who took part.
Tudor Museum Day
Our Tudor Museum Day was a great success with our visitors and the rest of the children in school really enjoying their visit to our museum and watching our dances.
We looked fabulous in costume and Mrs McLaren and Miss King were very proud of our choreography. Everyone thought the dances looked truly authentic to the era.
In the museum we enjoyed sharing some of the interesting and even fascinating facts
we have learnt about the Tudor times during our topic work.
Christingle Service in Coventry Cathedral
On 5th December we attended The County Church of England Schools'
Christingle Service in Coventry Cathedral.
Some of us had written our own prayers and were extremely brave in standing in front of the large congregation to read them out.
Purple4Polio Crocus Planting
Year 5 really enjoyed taking their part in this Rotary event, part of their
campaign to eradicate polio.
Year 5 are Superheroes!
In Literacy, inspired by the thinking of "Superheroes," Year 5 have written some of their thoughts focusing on things they think they are successful at.
They created this display, visualising themselves achieving great things.