We learnt about World War 2 bombing and what bombs hey used like the incendiary bomb which spat out fire when it hit the ground. We also learnt about the gas bomb that spread gas every where but the Nazi’s did’t drop any because Britain had gas masks to protect them from the gas.
Our class has been named after Princess Gwenllian. Here is some information about her.
Gwenllian was the daughter of Llywelyn the last ruling Prince of Wales (“Llywelyn The Last”). After Llywelyn’s death in 1282, the whole of Wales came under the rule of King Edward I of England. Edward sent Gwenllian, who was a 1-year old baby at the time, to be imprisoned in an English convent so that she would not have children who might fight once again for Welsh independence. Princess Gwenllian lived at the convent until her death 53 years later, unaware of her heritage.
Teacher: Marc Jon Williams
P.E. Sessions – Friday afternoons
Class Poet (Welsh) – Gwyn Morgan
Class Poet (English) – Gillian Clarke
Class Folktale – Gwenllian
Class Artist – Kyffin Williams
In English Lesson, we have been looking at Punctuation , Homophones and Diary writing. In our punctuation lesson we re-wrote a part of Kensuke’s Kingdom and added punctuation. In our homophones lesson we learnt what they are and had been given a sheet to underline them. In our Diary Lesson we had to get words, and then take examples from an extract of the words we thought of.
In maths we learnt about the three different triangles (Isosceles, Equilateral and Right angle) and drew them in our books. And today (Friday 7th December) we went on Mathletics.
In Geography we made a timeline about Martin Luther King and his important times.
This week e learnt how to divide using decimal points. We also learnt multiplication using decimal points.Today (Friday morning) we started learning our lines for the Christmas play! This afternoon we are going to Talybont to do sport!
We have been learning math in € from a website selling souvenirs in the Colosseum.
We have been doing a script about the book Kensukes Kingdom about a family going on a boat.
In year 5 we did a power point about the 7 wonders of the world.
We also read the story of India and did are own versions.
By Daniel and Jemima
Hello Year 5!
Following our morning looking at our new theme for September, Animation, I would like you to design a Mind Map showcasing your ideas and questions around the theme.
Are there any reading or writing activities that you’d like us to do?
Can you think of a topic of individual presentations or group discussions?
Can you think of any data handling tasks that would work well with this theme? e.g. surveys, creating tables and various graphs.
In terms of money, is there work that we could do looking at profit and loss and comparing the success of different animated films?
Are there any tasks that you would like to do in the Expressive Arts (e.g. music, art, drama)?
Can you think of work that we could do on the iPads or our laptops?
What would you like to learn about ‘Animation’? e.g. would you like to learn more about different techniques used in animation or would you like to learn more about its history?
Bring in your ideas by the end of term (24/7/18) and I will ensure that we use as many of them as possible from September onwards!
Don’t forget – if you make your own animations over the Summer holidays – you can bring them into school to show your classmates at the beginning of the new term!
Mr Iolo Williams
We have been prepearing for a monologue of Gracie Barlow an Evacuee from the story ‘SAIS YDI O , MISS’ by Brenda Wyn Jones.
We have been handling data from different questions and graphs.
And have learnt five easy steps;
- Ask a question
- Collect data
- Show data
- Analyse the data
- Answer the question
By Aaron and Dyfan
We have been looking at maps of Wales and Cardiff. Also, we’ve been estimating distances between different areas in Wales and writing instructions explaining how to get to Cardiff bay.
In our Maths work, we learnt about Fractions, Decimals and Percentages.
We did our first draft on making a letter in a bottle. We were writing the letter in the first person based on Michael from the book Kensuke’s Kingdom – who fell off a boat called Peggy Sue in the middle of a horrible storm . He wakes up on a mysterious island and survives on food and water.
We have been working on co- ordinates.
We have been debating whether Michael’s family (from Michael Morpugo’s Kensukes Kingdom) should go sailing around the world.
We looked into how Jews celebrate Succot.
We have looked into different types of multiplying.
For our science work we left fruit in the sun for 5 days.
Mabli and Aaron