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Archived Year 5 2015 – 2016

Enterprise Week

Design and Technology at Warwick School

The Earlswood Tapestry

Science: separating mixtures

Investigating air resistance by making parachutes

Learning French through parachute games

Art - observational drawings

Habitats: Pond dipping

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Woodlands: ladybird habitats and identification

Science Experiment - Friction

Easter Experience Trip

Visitor: Mr Skelton (senior) came to speak to us about the Houses of Parliament and what it was like to work there.

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Reading in Year 5

Rainforest Animation

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Rainforest Animation

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Science: investigating changes in state

Rainforest music

Science investigation: reversible and irreversible changes to materials

Launching our Rockets

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Launching our rockets!

Diwali day: Rangoli patterns

Cooking!

Space: Size of the Planets

Space: Phases of the Moon

Maths Fun: Learning our Timestables

Cooking porridge and dips (we also used vegetables from our very own allotments!)

PBL Science Experiment: Which material is the best insulator: newspaper, tin foil or bubble wrap?

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