We have had a busy week in year 5 this week.
We have been mastering various number patterns with a rule of adding/subtracting various amounts of ten thousands/hundred thousands whilst creating our own patterns to challenge a partner.
In RE this week we have been thinking about the importance and significance of Cathedrals. We've enjoyed going on a virtual tour of Rochester and Canterbury Cathedrals.
Our learning on Wednesday was all completed without a pen (or pencil). We hot seated Rosie (a character from our class text 'Street Child' and looked at some of Mondrian's abstract art work before creating our own pieces that will shortly be displayed outside our classrooms.
We also looked at some 'Cubism' art and used our photos to create our own images.
Finally we listened to some 'Happy' music before creating our own feelings artwork. Some of us thought about what happens when two emotions meet and come together.
How does music make you feel?
We are all really excited about our Victorian day next Wednesday and can't wait to see our Victorian style classrooms!
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