Year 5

The Royal Norfolk Show 2018

The whole school took part in making a gorgeous garden feature supported by the PTA for the Norfolk Show ‘Our Coast’ competition. Our entry represented our four school houses: Caister, Wells, Cromer and Hunstanton. Each pupil in school created a pebble with their house colour and a small picture that signified their house’s coastal location. Also, each pupil researched and created either a postcard, poster or information pack. The research resulted in finding lots of interesting information and many facts.

As a result our garden won the Gold Gilt . We are all thrilled to bits!

Year 5 enjoyed their trip to the London Science Museum

5HS have enjoyed handling our chicks

Buzz, Woody, Chuck, Pop, Two-beak and Twilight!

Y5 Parents’ Information Meeting

Examples of test questions for parent meeting

SATS Y5 parents resources order form 2018

Examples of SPAG test questions for parent meeting

Year 5 parents’ Meeting May 2018 – Y6 information

Examples of questions from the Reading paper

Year 5 Book Letter

Deaf Awareness Week May 7th-11th

On Wednesday this week, Malcolm Sinclair came for a special assembly. He teaches British Sign Language (BSL) to children across Norfolk. He signed to us about growing up in family of both Deaf and hearing people and now living with a family of hearing people, all of whom use sign to communicate.

He signed how he loves visiting Colman Junior School because there are so many children who are keen to communicate with him. He showed us how much fun BSL can be and how useful in some situations, for example when you are a long way away from someone and don’t want to shout! Thank you Mr Sinclair. We will keep practising!

Year 5’s Space Topic

To kickstart year 5’s Space topic, this week in science 5LW have been learning about our solar system. After learning about the Sun and the order of the planets, each table was provided with 8 pieces of fruit and told that each fruit represented the size of a planet on a much smaller scale. 5LW worked as detectives with a set of clues to decide which fruit represented which planet and place them in the correct order. We were surprised to find out that if the Earth was the size of a cherry tomato, then Jupiter would be the size of a melon and Mercury would be the size of a tiny peppercorn!

Next, we used toilet roll to build a scale model of the solar system. Using a scale where 1 square of toilet paper: 57,910,000km (the distance between the Sun and Mercury), Earth would be 2.5 pieces of toilet paper away from the Sun whereas Neptune would be 76.3 pieces away!

Year 5 Visit to the Science Museum, London

News Flash

On Wednesday 18th April, Jo Phillips, came into assembly to share with us the way a news report is written and made. During the assembly, she gave us some ideas about selecting a good story, writing the story in simple language for the ear and some tips to keep the news report to exactly 3 minutes.

New Playground Equipment – April 2018

As the sun was out, we were able to play with our new  equipment on the field. Our new equipment was purchased, with the money raised from events organised by the School Council. As you can see, we had fun exploring what was new inside the boxes.

Pirate Cereal Bars

You will need:

75g butter

75g sugar

75g plain flour

1 tsp golden syrup

1 tsp milk

What to do:

  1. Put the butter and sugar into a bowl and mix together
  2. Sift in the flour and add the oats
  3. Add the syrup
  4. Divide into 12 portions and form into oblong or round shapes
  5. Place on a foiled baking tray and cook for about 15 minutes at 180*C

SNOW PLAY… Creating Snow Sculptures