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Year 5

Summer Term

  • Bebington High Sports College - Friday 20th April and Friday 27th April. 
  • Monday 23rd April - St George's Day - Non uniform day (Red and White clothes)
  • Thursday 24th May - School Disco - KS2 - 7.15pm.
  • Monday 4th June - Science Workshop at Wirral Grammar School for Girls during afternoon.
  • 7th and 8th June - Bikeability Group 1.
  • 14th and 15th June - Bikeability Group 2.
  • w/b 25th June - Year 5 Swimming and Life Saving. Each day of that week.  
  • Tuesday 3rd July - Key Stage 2 Sports Day (Reserve day 16/7/18)
  • Thursday 12th July - Year 5 Primary School Games at Bebington High Sports College.

Please see the document below for a more detailed summary of what we will do during the Summer term.

Thumbs Up Workshop

During this half term, we have taken part in whole class PSHE sessions with Sue and Kath from Thumbs Up. We have learnt about the importance of Mental Health and Well-Being. We have focused upon self-confidence, self-esteem, resilience and positive thinking and have learnt practical skills and strategies to help up manage feelings and emotions we experience through a range of different mediums.   

Yoga and Mindfulness

Over the six weeks, we have been taking part in Yoga and Mindfulness session as part of our PE lessons. We have learnt a range of different Yoga positions including Child pose, Tree pose, Warrior pose and Lizard on a rock. In our final session, we created our own sequence using the different positions we had learnt.  

Chester Zoo

Our trip to Chester zoo was fascinating with so many animals everywhere we went. We had lots of fun doing our workshop and learning about conservation and what humans can do to help endangered animals. They had over 400 different species of animals such as Rhinos, Orang-utans, Anoa’s and so many more. We went to the Islands and saw some Sumatran Tigers, Monkeys , Sun Bears and Tapirs.`

By Rosabella and Millie

Stockport Air Raid Shelters Trip

Year 5 and 6 had an great time spending the day as evacuees. They visited Stockport musuem to learn all about life in wartime Britain before visiting the Stockport Air Raid shelters for a glimpse of what life might have been like during The Blitz.

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