Power Class

Welcome to the class page of Power Class!

We are year 5 and we are taught by Miss Button and our Teaching Assistant, Mrs Woodbridge.

We have spent the first week together getting to know each other and taking part in activities that boost team building skills and a growth mindset. Look at our photos to show how much fun we had - even when we had to try, try and try again in our groups!

Power & Carbon Class Update w/e 14.02.2020

We have enjoyed our final week of this half term. In PE, we have put together gymnastics sequences that we have developed across the weeks and have got better at defending each other in netball. In English, we have been writing formally and have had many lessons on grammar this week. Year 5 have been … Read more

Power & Carbon Class Update w/e 7 February 2020

In year 5 this week, we have been learning about percentages and thousandths in decimals.  In year 6 we have been proving that the area of a triangle is half the area of the rectangle in which it fits, calculating the areas of parallelograms, and we have been exploring volume.  It has been a very … Read more

Power & Carbon Class Update 31 Jan 20

This week we have been investigating several questions.  In topic work, in year 6, we have been thinking about ‘Why doesn’t the Toco Toucan live in deciduous forests of the UK ?’ and in maths we exploring ‘Do shapes with the same area always have the same perimeter?’  As well as investigating these questions, we … Read more

Power & Carbon Class Update 24 January 2020

We have carried on reading our book: The Last Wild – the main character has just made a great escape! We have learnt how including dialogue in our writing can help to show character and action and we have enjoyed experimenting with phrasing and working with partners. In maths in Power class, we have perfected … Read more

Year 5 and 6 Gressenhall

On Wednesday the 13th November, Years 5 and 6 children were transformed into city evacuees! We arrived at Gressenhall and were told we’d have to stay there and help out, as there was a bomb on the railway line preventing us from reaching our destination in the country. The children met some characters from the … Read more

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