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Lowton West Primary School

Welcome to our Year 5 Topic Work

 


Young Voices Track

This is me

Trip a little light fantastic

Don't look back in anger

Calon Ian voice 1

The greatest show voice 2

The greatest show voice 1

We're the future of tomorrow

Musical memories backing track

Charoit's comin voice 2

Chariot's comin voice 1

Music makes the world go round

Year 5 History Alive

History really did come alive in Year 5 this week when pupils experienced what life was like in a Victorian classroom. Desks were rearranged in rows, children sat with hands behind their backs and silence was the order of the day! Miss Banks, our Victorian teacher, taught us about the importance of learning the three 'R's - reading, writing and arithmetic.

We practised spellings on slate boards and handwriting using dip pens and ink whilst trying not to blot our copybooks. 

We would like to say thank you to the Friends Association for funding this fantastic event.

Year 5 Harvest Assembly

Well done to all of the Year 5 children on their fantastic Harvest Assembly. 

We enjoyed the wonderful singing and learning about ‘Harvest around the world’. 

Well done Year 5!

Thank you to the Year 5 staff for preparing the children so well.

 

Message from Mrs Bond – School Governor

Thank you to the Year 5 children and staff for a fantastic harvest assembly. The wonderful polished and entertaining performance included beautiful singing, marvellous acting and excellent speaking.
This assembly was packed with lots of thought provoking information which the children enthusiastically shared with the audience.
It was clear just how much the message of thinking of others and sharing had touched the children and they were so inspired to pass this on to us.
The children had been clearly well supported to deliver such a perfect and confident performance.
Well done to the staff and children, you should feel very proud.
Kirsten Bond

School Governor

Let’s Sing

On Monday, Year 5 took part in the 'Let's Sing' concert at Robin Park. The children’s behaviour was outstanding throughout the day and their singing was superb! The children particularly shone when singing 'Magical Kingdom' as they had put so much effort into it.

A big thank you to Mrs Willoughby for putting the songs onto the website and well done to the children for spending hours learning all of the songs.

A particular well done to Luke who exuded confidence in his solo of 'Almost Nearly Perfect'.

Well done Year 5!

Many thanks to Mr Orrell, Mrs Culver and Mrs Isherwood for preparing the children so well for this event.  

 

Year 5 Trip – Jodrell Bank

On Tuesday, Year 5 visited Jodrell Bank as part of their work on Earth and Space.

It was a fun-filled day where the children learned lots of useful information both about our planet and the solar system. In the inflatable planetarium, we got to see the night sky as we have never seen it before – it was amazing!

The children also became designers for a device to help them land some very fragile ‘cargo’ (an egg!) safely on Mars. We were very pleased when some of our devices were successful!

All of the children behaved impeccably during the day and were a credit to the school and their parents.

Well done Year 5.

Many thanks to Mrs Culver for organising the trip, Mrs Lowe, Mrs Worthington, Mrs Isherwood, Mrs Mulhall and Mrs Wilson who supervised the children on their trip.

Year 5 History Alive

History really did come alive in Year 5 this week when pupils experienced what life was like in a Victorian classroom.

Desks were rearranged in rows, children sat with hands behind their backs and silence was the order of the day! Miss Banks, our Victorian teacher, taught us about the importance of learning the three 'R's - reading, writing and arithmetic.

We practised spellings on slate boards and handwriting using dip pens and ink whilst trying not to blot our copybooks. Best of all, no one had to wear the dunce's cap or receive the cane!

 

“The Friends of Lowton West” have kindly paid for a History Alive performance and workshop which will help to consolidate the children’s knowledge and understanding of this topic.

 Thank you

 

We hope that you have enjoyed looking at our

Year 5 Topic Work!

From Mrs Culver, Mrs Cooke and all  of the

children.

Slag Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA3 2ED

01942 724865

enquiries@admin.lowtonwest.wigan.sch.uk