Mix ‘n’ predict!

Mix ‘n’ predict!

Year 5 have put their scientific skills to the test by considering which materials were easiest to separate using a range of equipment. The children had to predict which materials they thought would be easiest to separate and those which they would find hardest. The...
Sens8tional Senses!

Sens8tional Senses!

Year 5 would like to say thank you to Debbie and Sarah from Sens8tional for their sensory workshop today. The children learnt about their 8 senses: sight, touch, taste, sound, smell, strength, movement and emotions while working at a range of different activity...
Sens8tional Workshop in Year 5

Sens8tional Workshop in Year 5

Year 5 would like to say thank you to Debbie and Sarah from Sens8tional for their sensory workshop today. The children learnt about their 8 senses: sight, touch, taste, sound, smell, strength, movement and emotions while working at a range of different activity...
China comes to Dunston!

China comes to Dunston!

In order to inspire our Chinese style story writing, Year 5 were given a range of Chinese artifacts to explore. The children were mesmorised by some of the intricate detail used and the Chinese...
Who’s at Hoo?

Who’s at Hoo?

Year 5 have delved into the past as  fantastic archaeologist  and have discovered that an ancient Anglo-Saxon king was buried at Sutton-Hoo, in Suffolk. They gathered lots of clues together to reveal the identity of the unknown person buried with treasure inside of a...
Words for Words

Words for Words

Year 5 have been working on their synonyms today, thinking about how to up-level their adjectives. The children worked together, using thesaruses to find exciting adjectives to describe the ogre they were designing for their story. Adjectives such as ‘ghastly,...