In Kestrels' class we are enjoying learning about World War 2 and reading 'Goodnight Mr Tom.'
Welcome to Kestrels!
Year 5 and 6
Class teacher: Mrs Sida
Supported by Mrs Highton, Mrs Horn and Mrs Thomas
Please click on the links to read our curriculum letters:
We hope you enjoy reading our page, where we will be sharing what we are learning with you.
Place Value Games
Here are some links to online games that will help you with your place value, ordering and rounding, and with your times tables. Remember, you all need to know your tables so get practising!
House Team Captains Vote
Well done to all of the year 6s who put themselves forward as House Team Captains. Special congratulations to Hazel (yellow team), Erin (blue team), Eva (red team) and Nevaeh (green team) who are our new captains for the forthcoming year, and to vice-captains Emily, Hannah G, William M and Sophie.
Mount Cook update...
Wow - what an amazing time we’re all having at Mount Cook! We’ve taken part in a range of activities including sensory trail, climbing, fencing, Jacob’s ladder and the amazing zip wire that stretches from the roof of the building right across the site. Lots of us have fought our fears and tried something new, whether that is climbing higher than we thought we could, singing a silly song or trying something new for dinner. Behaviour has been superb and everyone got some sleep, including the teachers!
We’ll see you all back at school tomorrow!
Mrs Sida, Mrs Horn, Ms Martin and year 5 and 6
Kestrels class are bloggers! You can read our blog at http://wsseskestrels.primaryblogger.co.uk/
Can you create a monster that will adapt well to its environment?
What will your plastic pledge be?
The Glorious, Gruesome, Groovy Greeks!
Here are the links to our Ancient Greece websites.
Here are the links to some of the maths games we have been playing this term:
The cardio-vascular song will help you with your science.
Young Citizens’ Day
On Wednesday 11th October Kestrels attended the Daventry and South Northants Young Citizens’ Day at Northampton Saints Rugby Ground. During the day they learnt all about how to keep themselves safe, and that the most important and influential people in their lives are themselves. They took part in workshops about online safety, calling 999, looking after their property, spotting hazards around the home and safety around trucks on the road. Our year 6s demonstrated exceptional behaviour, participated enthusiastically in all the activities, and learnt a lot too! Well done year 6 - you are excellent Young Citizens!
“The best part about Young Citizen’s Day is we learnt life lessons.” Mia
“We learnt that we are the most powerful people.” Benjamin