P5 topics are:
Our Local Area
The Cut-Throat Celts
The Ancient Egyptians
The Spanish Armada
Woodlands when possible
Science. P5. We made compasses using a pin, magnet, cork and water. This linked to our numeracy of direction this week.
This morning P5 enjoyed an alfresco breakfast of toasted muffins, butter and jam at the fire-pit.
Spring art in the woods
We read the book Have You Filled A Bucket Today? and the kids are engaging with the display to share with their classmates how they filled their bucket. Makes me so proud!
Drama in the Woods
P5 made paintbrushes from natural materials and expressed themselves through paint
P5 experiencing the wonderful world of IZAK9 for the first time.
P5 thought of a worry, popped it on a cloud and watched it float away #mindful
P5 completed some lovely art pieces inspired by nature ❤️❤️❤️
Spring Art in the Woods
P5 had fun making their own paint brushes from sticks and leaves today! We studied the beautiful spring flowers and created two fab collaborative art pieces.
P5 had their mummies with them in class today!
Both P5 classes enjoyed meeting ‘together’ in the woods today for a socially distanced lesson to celebrate Integrated Month. Mrs Armstrong delivered a brilliant lesson on survival skills and taught us how to make a water filter from a plastic bottle! #IEM2021
....We still decided it was best for us not to taste the filtered pond water at he end of the lesson....
Learning and fun in P5
P5 have made wands and brooms in the woods and magical potions.... our class novel is of course Harry Potter!
Ok... it is impossible to not dance along with these P5s!
Can you walk like an Egyptian?
Online safety video
P5 Learn About The Cut Throat Celts
Seesaw Scavenger Hunt
P5 RB tried a live scavenger hunt with Mrs Breslin on Seesaw and here are some of the crazy images she received!
Look at our amazing creations! This was a STEAM activity to create a swan at home. P5 listened to the famous Celtic story of the Children of Lir and then they were challenged to make a swan with moving wings... we were blown away with the varied and creative outcomes we received for this task!