"In Citizen Ship yesterday we learnt about saving money and how important our needs are and that we do not need our wants. In class we made a needs and wants pyramid and for our wants the main thing we wanted was a cat where as for our needs it was a house and clean water. Also, we had to buy things for Kerri with £50 and we sorted them into wants and needs which was called a budget plan. In the afternoon we had nurses come in and they was explaining their job and showing us the kit they have."
By Dexter ( Cook Class )
This term the Year 5 children have been studying Tudor history, which included a day of dressing up as Tudors, and trying out different activities. There will be more details from the children in the end of term newsletter.
As the term drew to a close, Year 5 had a visitor to tell them all about Viking weapons, and also had a lesson outside on Viking cookery!
As part of International Week, Year 5 had a Zumba session.
Year 5 were stunned to find that there had a been a visitor at WJS ...
It left an egg for each class, and the children are eagerly waiting for them to hatch - we'll have more news when they do!
The good news is that the eggs have hatched!
The bad news is that the baby dragons escaped during the night!
We are sure they are in the building somewhere so have been designing dragon-capturing machines to help locate them!
More will follow ...
Update on the dragons in Year 5 ... As you can see, a time traveller has taken them back to a time where it is safe for them to grow into adults.