Sunday, 16 December 2007

Year 5 Podcasting

This week, in year 5 we have jumped into the podcasting world and created two programes for you to enjoy.

5DE have recorded their recent assembly song - Ode to the Anceinet Greeks







5NH have been writing songs and here are some of their own verses to Silent Night.






Please click on the images and enjoy - feel free to leave commnets

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http://podcast.lgfl.org.uk/channels/3172063Nightingale-Primary-School.xml

Enjoy :o)

Monday, 3 December 2007

5NH Class Assesmbly

It was 5NH class assembly recently. It went really well and the children should be pleased with their hard work. Here are some pictures and clips of it.


Ready to start. :o)



video


Poem reading


video
Protest Songs

Coming soon 5DE.


Monday, 19 November 2007

ART - Containers

Last half term our art project was containers.

We designed and then made containers using clay and paper mache.

Here is some of our work.










Trip to the Tate Modern


Last week year 5 travelled up London to visit the Tate Modern.
We travelled up by train and then visited gallery's about objects and meaning, our new art topic.

Each group had a talk by an art expert where we investigated different pieces of art work.

We sketched art work that we found interesting.

Friday, 5 October 2007

Year 5 Play Scripts


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In Year 5 we have been writing our own play scripts.


This is the work of one group from Mr Hughes' Set.


Well Done.


Leave a comment and tell us what you think.

This week in year 5.

This week we took part in an NSPCC sponsored event.

During PE we worked hard and tried to do the most skips, hoops, goals or laps

The best score was Natasha who got over 500 laps and skips combined. Well done.

We are now collecting the sponsorship money for next Thursday.

Saturday, 15 September 2007

Welcome to Year 5

Hello to all the new parents and children of year 5.

This year this blog will be updated with news, events and of course the childrens work.

Hope to see lots of comments as well.

Mr Hughes and Miss Emons