Parent Overview Spring 2018 - What type of man would behead his wife & How has Staffordshire changed over time?
Parent Overview Autumn Term - Black Death and Alchemy Island
Autumn Two 2017
On Thursday 1st March, Year 5 celebrated World Book Day in style. We had a great range of characters and the children shown real passion for reading. We even completed a reading themed maths relay. We had a great day!
The Spring term also saw the start of Commando Joe. Year 5 are fortunate to have a session booked with Commando Joe every Tuesday. Each week we learn about different virtues through team activities, this photos below show our work in improving teamwork and cooperation.
Earlier in the Spring term we were invited to a cooking workshop at one of our local high schools, Rawlett. We chose to make pizzas and besides from being tasty, it gave the children in year 5 a taste of what life in high school is like.
Autumn One 2017
During this first half term, year five students had the opportunity to visit QEMS, one of our local high schools, to take part in lessons from a selection of subject areas in a secondary school environment. They absolutely loved their day, some of the highlights included creating soundscapes in music and creating 'Day of the Dead' masks in Art. We had the opportunity to learn about forces in science, desert survival in geography and problem solving in maths.
In class, as part of the topic upon the plague, we have been getting into character, putting ourselves into the rotten shoes of a plague victim. We have studied the impact that this terrible affliction had on local communities and have written our own 14th century diaries. Come and read the gruesome details if you dare!
2016 - During the first half of the autumn term, Year Five explored Alchemy Island. They followed a quest around this fictional island in search of gold. They created maps and write fantasy narratives, as well as tracking their progress using grid references. In P.E. Year Five worked upon their tennis skills.
St Elizabeth's School is open tomorrow, Tuesday 12th December. Please allow extra time for your journey and take care on the surrounding roads and footpaths which may be icy. School pathways have been gritted for you to use. Can children please wear appropriate footwear for walking safely.
Note: A decision regarding the carol concert at StJohns Church will be made tomorrow, consideration will be given to weather conditions and safety.
Michelle Walsh, Head Teacher.
Due to the extreme weather conditions unforunately school will be closed to pupils on Monday 11th December