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Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.

Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  1
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  2
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  3
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  4
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  5
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  6
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  7
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  8
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  9
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  10
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  11
Entry Point - Earth and Space. Various activities the children completed to see the relative size of the planets and their distances apart relative to the sun.  12

Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!!

Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 1
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 2
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 3
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 4
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 5
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 6
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 7
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 8
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 9
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 10
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 11
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 12
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 13
Exit Point Materials. We made some pancakes using Baking Powder to show how a new material was made - (gas which they could clearly see with the bubbles). The classroom smelt delicious!! 14

Science session making bath bombs!

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Science session making bath bombs! 9
Science session making bath bombs! 10
Science session making bath bombs! 11
Science session making bath bombs! 12
Science session making bath bombs! 13
Science session making bath bombs! 14

Entry Point - London Glass Works, Chatteris

Entry Point - London Glass Works, Chatteris 1
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Welcome to Year 5!

We all hope that you have had a wonderful summer!

 

The first topic for this term is Materials, which is a science unit.  


Reading continues to be a key focus this year and it is important that reading takes place both in and out of school.  We all need to be reading fluently, with an average speed of 90 words per minute.  We also ask that the children read a variety of different texts as this will ensure that they are familiar with a range of books and styles.  The children will have their records and reading progress checked and tracked weekly.  This reading can be independent or shared.  

 

All the children need to continue to complete Maths Whizz and as part of their homework, they will be expected to complete at least 35 minutes at home each week. For those who don't have access to it at home, they can use Maths Whizz at break and lunchtimes.

 

Any questions, then please do get in contact with us.

 

 

 

 

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