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Upton Junior School

Upton Junior School

One Childhood - One Chance

Y5 2021-22

 

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  • 22/10/21

    Homework - 22.10.2021

    We are not setting any written work for half term, as we feel children have worked so hard and deserve a rest. However, we would like everyone to be practising their Times Tables Rockstars as much as possible. When we return to school after half term, the focus in maths will be on multiplication and...
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  • 22/10/21

    5Y Colour Outside the Lines poems

    This week, 5Y were told to let loose and "colour outside the lines". And they did! Children created amazing visual images base on whatever came into their heads. Their were no rules and every child produced a piece of art that was unique and different. This art was then transformed into th...
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  • 15/10/21

    Homework - 15.10.2021

    This week in maths, we have been working on bar graphs and line graphs. For your homework this week, we would like you to collect some data (information) and present it either in a bar graph or line graph.
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  • 15/10/21

    Bread making in 5B

    This week in 5B, we have been focussing our attention on BREAD! On Wednesday, the children tried a variety of breads from naan to olive, sourdough to rye. We actually liked more than we thought we would. This helped to inspire our choice of extra ingredient for our bread making. So, Thursday morn...
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  • 15/10/21

    5Y - Great Upton Bake Off

    We have had such a fun this week in 5Y taste-testing, designing, baking and evaluating bread. On Thursday, 130+ avid bakers all packed into the hall to bake their breads. Everyone followed the recipes to perfection and the breads were baked that afternoon - the smells around school were phen...
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  • 15/10/21

    5G Go Bread Crazy!

    Yesterday, the children in Year 5 made bread. We all followed the same recipe but were then able to add our own choice of flavours. These ranged from cheese, olives and to the rosemary growing outside Mr White's classroom! Today, the children had the opportunity to share the tasting of the br...
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  • 15/10/21

    5R Make Bread!

    This week we made bread! On Wednesday, we tasted bread from around the world and described the taste, texture and aroma. We then decided if we wanted to put any extra ingredients into our own bread like cheese, olives or even chocolate! On Thursday, we went into hall and in groups, following health...
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  • 09/10/21

    5B - National Poetry Day

    On Thursday, we celebrated National Poetry Day by writing and performing our own poems inspired by 'More Pointless Questions' by John Agard. The children chose elements of nature and posed opposing questions about how they are treated. We had some fabulous outcomes and the children real...
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  • 08/10/21

    Homework - 08.10.2021

    As yesterday was National Poetry Day, we thought it only fitting that we ask you to write a poem for this week's homework.  One of the best things about poetry is it's lack of rules and creativity. There are no restrictions on how you write your poem. It can be long, or short, rhymin...
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  • 07/10/21

    National Poetry Day 5Y

    Inspired by the poem "More Pointless Questions" by John Agard, 5Y spent the morning creating their own nature themed poems.
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  • 07/10/21

    National Poetry Day in 5G And Preserved Lemons!

    This morning we celebrated National Poetry Day! Our chosen poem was 'More Pointless Questions'. What do you think this might mean? The children were great at annotating what it meant to them and went on to create their own version. This afternoon was spent learning how our food has b...
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  • 07/10/21

    5R National Poetry Day

    Today was National Poetry Day, and we celebrated it — in fact some of us were so excited we just couldn't control ourselves -see the picture of one of the member of 5R attached to this blog! We spoke about the importance of poetry and why it is so special concluding that it is indeed a for...
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