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Year 5 - Sycamore

Welcome to the Sycamore class page. Here we will be sharing pictures and information so that you can see what we've been learning in school and share our adventures!
Christmas Tree competition 23.11.18

Woodford Year 5 children took part in a competion to decorate a tree this week, the theme being our 'Community' at Christmas. Children used their pictures to design Super-Heroes and wrote messages thinking about Christmas.

This tree will be on display at the Ridgeway over the festive period.

Good luck Year 5!

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Narrative Poetry - 19.10.18

Over the last two weeks, the children have been studying The Highwayman by Alfred Noyles.

Inspired by this, this week, we wrote our own narrative poems, telling the tale of a character who had to journey home from a dangerous situation.  Having finished our poems this morning, some children were able to perform their poetry for the camera so that parents/ carers could enjoy them too.


Please have a look at our Journey poems.



Journey 1.wmv

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Journey 2 .wmv

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Journey 3.wmv

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Journey 5.wmv

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Journey 7.wmv

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Year 5 trip to Dartmoor 14.09.18

Sycamore spent a fantastic day on Dartmoor looking for evidence of Stone Age existence. During the day, we looked at dwellings, meeting areas and burial sites. Children spent time drawing and recording valuable information from Mr Johnston and asked some fantastic questions. During the afternoon, we went to the  Visitor Centre at Postbridge, where we saw a wide range of artefacts and even tried on some realistic clothes!

Brian Pollard visit to Year 5  19.10.18


Year 5 were lucky to have local artist Brian Pollard spend the afternoon with them. He spoke about his paintings, techniques and inspirations. He gave the children some top tips then helped them to produce their own 'Pollard' inspired paintings.