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Cosmos

Welcome to Year 5.

Our class is called Cosmos. 

 

 

 

Our teacher is Mr Walker and our teaching assistant is Mrs Garcia.

The cosmos is the sum total of everything — pretty big. It's hard to wrap your mind around the cosmos, as it extends far beyond the Milky Way, or far-off galaxies, or even our own universe.

 

Cosmos is originally a Greek word, meaning both "order" and "world," because the ancient Greeks thought that the world was perfectly harmonious and impeccably put in order. We now use cosmos without the idea of perfect order. Now it means, "all of creation," and particularly on the scale of the stars, the planets, the black holes, the other universes, and all the stuff we don't know about. It's also, totally separately, the name of a pretty, flowering Mexican herb.

 

 

Children will be taught English, Maths, Science, PE, PSHE, RE, French, Music, Art and Design Technology thoughout the year.

 

In Year 5 children will be learning about the following topics:

  • Ancient Greeks
  • The Victorians
  • The Lake District
  • Earth and Space
  • Changing materials
  • Properties of materials
  • Life Cycles
  • Forces

Year 5 Maths and English Expectations

Fantastic French Day! We had a wonderful day in school celebrating French Day. There were some wonderful costumes, some lovely food tried by all.

Athens Vs Sparta

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Would you be an Athenian or Spartan? The children worked in groups to decide which they would prefer. 

Year 5 Textile Revolution Project Unveiled At Library

Year 5 Textile Revolution Project Unveiled At Library 1
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The Textile Revolution project has been building for a year beginning when the children were in Year 4. The project has seen the children learning about Carlisle's history in the textile industry and producing artworks with weaving and printing.

Today Key Stage 2 pupils had a Roadshow by BAE Systems and The Royal Air Force.

 

The presentation was both exciting and informative bringing Science and Engineering to life. Pupils got to see laser beams reflected and a Rubens tube demonstrating how fire can dance using sound waves.

Roald Dahl (Dahl-icious) Day. Creating our very own enormous snapping crocodiles.

Working hard on our maths during our visit to Cosmos.

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Having a chance to make new friends, and have fun here in Cosmos during our transition week.

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