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Chilton Primary School

One Childhood, One Chance

Year 5

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  • 16/07/21

    W/B 12th July 2021 Year 5 Blog

    Our final full week has been packed with transition work, disgusting digestion activities and a look at one of the legacies of the Victorian era. With only a few days of the academic year remaining, remember, we’ve almost made it! English – This week we researched Barnardo’s, a...
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  • 09/07/21

    W/B 5th July 2021

    This week the children have enjoyed their second transition day with their new class teacher.  The children will take part in another transition morning on Thursday 15th July where they will spend the morning taking part in a number of fun activities that will prepare them for Year 6...
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  • 02/07/21

    W/B 28th June 2021 Year 5 Blog

    What a wonderful week we have had in Year 5 this week. On Thursday, the children met with their Year 6 teachers, who taught them for the morning.  In English, we have continued to read 'Street Child' and have been introduced to the villainous Grimy Nick and his dog, Snipe. We pl...
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  • 25/06/21

    W/B 25th June 2021 Year 5 Blog

    As July slowly sneaks up on us all, we’ve had another exceptional week in Year 5! English – This week we have been writing non-chronological reports all about the Victorian era. After conducting our own research into 19th century life, we decided what topics we wanted to include in ou...
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  • 23/06/21

    W/B 14th June 2021

    Reminder Please note that school photos will take part on Tuesday 29th June 2021. English This week the children described how Jim (the character in the book Street Child) could escape from his Victorian workhouse.  They used imperative verbs in their own comic strips and then used thi...
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  • 11/06/21

    W/B 7th June 2021 Weekly Blog

    What a wonderful week Year 5 have had! Thank you for all the amazing effort that went in to creating costumes for Victorian Day. In English this week, we have started our Term 6 text, 'Street Child' by Berlie Doherty. We started the week by making predictions before reading the first four...
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  • 21/05/21

    W/B 17th May 2021 Year 5 Blog

    As week 5 of summer term comes to an end, we say goodbye to Sonia Boyce and Hello to Lady of Shalott! English – This week in Year 5, we started to look at the ‘Lady of Shalott’ by Lord Tennyson. Continuing to take inspiration from the illustrations of Charles Keeping (who also i...
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  • 13/05/21

    W/B 10th May 2021

    English This week the children have continued to read, discuss and write using the poem The Highwayman by Alfred Noyes.  We have discussed who they thought was guilty of the murder of both Bess and the Highwayman and what drove the characters to make the decisions they did. The children have...
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  • 05/05/21

    W/B 3rd May 2021

    What a great four-day week Year 5 have had this week! Thank you to children and parents for the wonderful effort with the Number Day dress up too. Here's what we've been up to: English After finishing our unit on 'The Piano' last week, this week have started reading Alfred Noye...
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  • 30/04/21

    W/B 26th April 2021 Year 5 Blog​​​​​​​

    What a wonderful week of learning we have had in Year 5!
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  • 21/04/21

    W/B 19th April 2021

    Welcome back! The children have started Term 5 showing such enthusiasm and maturity.  It has been a busy week full of fabulous learning. Please note the children's home learning task at the bottom of the blog. Maths: This week the children revisited multiplying and dividing.  The...
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  • 31/03/21

    W/B 29th March 2021

    What a wonderful last week Year 5 have had! Well done to Team Ultramarine, who were awarded Edwin after their fabulous attitude and readiness last week.  In English this week, we finished reading 'I Was a Rat!' and finally discovered how Roger had previously been a rat but turned int...
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Correspondence for the Headteacher:

Mrs Kate Law
c/o Chilton Primary School,
Chilton Lane,
Kent. CT11 0LQ

Contact the school office on:
01843 597695
or by fax on:
01843 852872

01843 597695