Memorable Event Reminder

Year 5’s Memorable Event for our ‘Water, Water, Everywhere’ topic has had to be rearranged for Friday, 16th December due to a clash with the school pantomime on its original date.  Our apologies for any inconvenience this may have caused.

The memorable event will celebrate all our learning and raise funds for WaterAid, so we look forward to seeing you all.

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The Water Cycle song lyrics

I think you would agree, our Water Cycle Song performance at the Christmas Concert is going to be simply magnificent.

However, before we can polish the actions and add a couple special bonus flourishes …

YOU HAVE TO LEARN THE WORDS OFF BY HEART!  

Keep your book of lyrics at home or read them here.

Remember to use the video, to help the melody (and harmonies, if you would like to develop these) stick in your head.

Remember, PRACTISE MAKES PERMANENT!

Christmas

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Year 5 Class Read

In English we are currently studying Micheal Morpurgo’s ‘Why The Whale Came’, as part of our topic ‘Water, Water, Everywhere’.  Over this term, we will be reading this book as our class read and using it to inspire our own narrative texts.

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The Birdman puts spells on people. We mustn’€™t talk to him. We’€™re not supposed to.

Gracie and Daniel have been warned to stay away from the mad Birdman – but the message in the sand tells them that the Birdman isn’€™t what he seems.

Then they get lost in the fog and stranded on Samson Island. Should they believe the Birdman’€™s story that the island is cursed?