Malone Year 5
Look at how our wonderful allotment has developed over the term!
I have seen great teamwork from all the children, they have supported each other and some have even overcome fears.
The children have worked so hard on making sure they carefully planted the seedlings and have continued to care for them during our lunchtime rota.
We have also seen some interesting wildlife including ‘Gary’ the slow worm
Freshwater theatre workshop - Friday 15th March
Fourth Plinth Schools Awards 2019
Each year, London students are invited to imagine what they would like to see on the Fourth Plinth in Trafalgar Square. Last year there were 3,841 entries from schools in every London borough. There was an awards ceremony for the winners at City Hall and prizes from Cass Art. The awards were presented by Heather Phillipson, this year's judge.
The competition ended on Friday 8th March and all entries from Malone class can be viewed on the website: https://www.london.gov.uk/what-we-do/arts-and-culture/current-culture-projects/fourth-plinth-trafalgar-square/fourth-plinth-schools-awards-2019 (View the gallery - Select Borough - Select School)
I have found a great website that has spelling games for our current spelling rule. See link below:
I really like the Spelling Maze Monsters game.
Malone Class, are honoured to have been chosen to start the school WE project for this year. It was wonderful to see the children so passionate and empowered that they can make a difference within their community. We spent the morning with Tracy from WE who helped us bring our ideas together. We will be sharing our action plans very soon ….
We have been reading 'Mouse, Bird, Snake, Wolf' by David Almond. Just like Little Ben in the story, we created our own animals and brought them to life in our English writing!
Year 5/6 Tudor Museum. A huge thank you to everyone who made something at home, together you have created a fantastic display. We are immensely proud and hope you are too.
We have had a fab week this week! So many amazing things have been learnt but most exciting (according to the children) was having our visitors from Northern Trust bank. Northern Trust bank came to teach us about money- how to save, spend and invest...lots of us had very different ideas as to how best to use our money...it was such fun!
Please ask the children about it as they had such a blast and all made such unique choices...
Have a brilliant week!
Mrs Bourne :)
Enabling Enterprise week - Active minds
Meet the teacher presentation
Welcome to Malone Class
Topics for this year ...
Off with her Head
Fun at the Fair