Year 5's North America Day!
Today we have had a celebration of some of our learning this term. We have dressed up to represent something to do with North America, from Indian Squaws, Cowboys, Donald Trump and even an Area 5 Alien! The children have enjoyed the workshops with Kaya Drums, Alex, where they have learnt some traditional Native American songs, drumming and story telling. They have tasted Mexican burritos and made their own family 'talking sticks'. They were all really enthusiastic and engaged in their learning. Here a few photos to show you what we have been up to....
What an interesting and useful talk we had from the local fire fighters recently. All of Year 5 were given tips and information on fire safety both at school and in the home! A big thank you to the fire fighters giving up their time for us.
The Swinging Sixties!
We have really enjoyed learning about the 1960's this term, covering a huge variety of topics such as the colourful fashions, the groovy music and the awesome moon landing!
To celebrate all that we have learned, for homework we created an enormous variety of spectacular items which symbolise the "Swinging Sixties." This is our Sixties museum.
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