We have been very busy this month because as a class we have created a patchwork blanket. This involved us researching different sewing techniques. Can you think of any different types?
At times some of us found it frustrating, especially when we couldn’t thread a needle, however our growth mindset got us through. Our final creation will be revealed during our class assembly at the beginning of December.
On Wednesday 4th October, we became Vikings for the day. We dressed up as vicious Vikings and Hilti came to visit our school. During his time with us, we learnt even more interesting facts about the Vikings and got to have a look at a range of artefacts.
We all had the opportunity to take part in some traditional Viking games, which involved us strategically thinking and working together. Hilti allowed us to practise our Viking war cries, and we think that our classes war cry was much louder than 5H!!
Already this term, 5L have all become scientists and have been investigating forces. This has involved us learning about gravity and air resistance as well as researching into famous scientists such as Galileo and Isaac Newton. During our lessons we have completed many practical activities which are shown below. One of our favourites were creating different size parachutes to see whether the size effected the amount of air resistance.
We have also taken our learning outside and in French we made up a haka to use as we conjugated verbs.
“J’aime, tu aimes…”