# Year 5 Maths teachers at work!

Year 5 have a challenge today to explain to each other certain methods of division. Here are teachers at work!

# The day Miss Bass came to 5M to read!

A while ago, Serena wrote a letter to invite Miss Bass to come and read a story to us.

She visited our classroom today and read ‘Voices in the Park’ to us.

# Science Market Place Activity

Today, our group teachers taught children that missed yesterday’s lesson due to Digismart, all of the information they found. Some children were then OFSTED Inspectors to assess the quality of the teaching.

What do you think of our inspectors?

# Market Place Activity

Yesterday in Science, we completed a Market Place Activity, where in small groups we learnt about different areas and then taught each other. These are our prompt pictures.

# Are you looking forward to coming back to school?

I’ve been to a wedding – have a look at a picture of the Bride and her Bridesmaids!

# Good Morning

Hi everyone.

Hope you enjoyed your extra hour in bed today!

Can you find out why the clocks have gone back and leave an explanation below?

Thanks

Mr M

# Emperor penguins

In year 5 we haven’t been looking at animals for a while so I decided to conjure up some interesting facts about emperor penguins.Also I found a 2 year old book about Emperor Penguins, on my book shelf and decide to write ten interesting facts about Emperor Penguins. I think you know what the post is about.

1.The Emperor Penguin is the largest of 17 species of penguin.

2.In normally they have to withstand a whopping  -60 degrees.

3.They can dive up to 585m deep.

4.They are the only bird what could stand the icy wind of antarctica.

5.Emperor Penguins manly eat crustaceans and squid.

6.Theres 40 different colonies of Emperor Penguins.

7. They can weigh up to 23 to 40kg.

8. The average Emperor Penguin egg is 450g

9.Their waterproof feathers are 12mm thick

10.Their preys size is up to about 20cm.

There you go 10 facts about the wonderful Emperor Penguins. Aren’t they so fascinating.