The Last Post!

So this is it 5HB, the very end!

For me it has been a fantastic two years and I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching you all in Years Four and Five. At the risk of being slightly sentimental, I think I might even miss you! Remember, KS1 isn’t a different dimension – you can always come and visit!

I will be leaving this blog up on the web so that you can look back at your old work and also post comments from time to time if you wish.

Hopefully there will be a new 1HB blog starting very soon (pinkwell1hb.wordpress.com) and I’d love you to visit. However, right now you can move over to my teaching blog (themrbryant.wordpress.com) where you’ll still be able to find interesting (or not-so-interesting) things I’ll be posting about a whole range of topics.

All that’s left to say is THANK YOU and GOOD LUCK – you’ve all been great.

Mr Bryant

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Extra! Extra! Read all about it!

So here it is at last, the 5HB News!

We worked really hard on this newspaper during our final literacy unit in Year Five. Have a good read and post some comments about the different things we did.

Well done on a great newspaper 5HB – you’ve done an excellent job!

The last day!

So this is it, the final day of 5HB.

It’s been an excellent year and I hope you have enjoyed being part of this class and the blog.

Any final thoughts?

Spacewalk aborted!

Astronauts from the International Space Station were taking part in a spacewalk today to get the space station ready for a new module.

However, during the walk one of the astronauts found there was water inside his spacesuit and it started to become quite dangerous – it didn’t have anywhere to go and he couldn’t see very well! Imagine how dangerous that would be if you were up in space!

For more information about the International Space Station, click here!

Here is the BBC news article if you would like to read it: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/science-environment-23334709

Natural History Museum Photos

On Friday 12th July 5HB had a fantastic trip to the Natural History Museum in London – have a look through our gallery of photographs to see what we got up to.

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“That was amazing”

Those ae the words of Rhea K in our class during our trip to the Natural History Museum. I would definitely agree, the trip was a massive success and you were outstanding!

I will put the photos up here very soon, but for now I want to say thank you for your hard work and that you were a credit to our school – well done!

What did you think about the trip? What was the best thing you saw? Get all your posts up here on he blog!

Revisit some of the astounding things we saw by watching this video produced by the museum…

Natural History Museum Groups

After looking at your requests and then leaving them at school I have now decided on the groups for our trip to the Natural History Museum:

Mr Bryant
Rhea, Simran, Anas and Ellis

Mr Bryant Snr
Ammek, Fahiza, Brandon and Shayan

Mrs Bryant
Fabiana, Riya M, Hardeep, Issa and Josh

Miss Rees
Mohamed, Rajan, Najm, Ibeer and Elvis

Miss Hirdle
Rajveer, Jamie-Lee, Mckayla and Sanisha

Mrs Fulker
Jaskaran, Jaipreet, Arshiyan, Akshita and Debora

Like it? Great! Don’t like it? Tough!

I’m sure you are all really looking forward to it and after my trip there with 5BW I know it’s going to be a fantastic day!

Terrific Trip to the Natural History Museum

On Friday we will be visiting the Natural History Museum! This is a trip we are all really looking forward to.

Some of the main things we will be looking at are:

  • Dinosaurs
  • Mammals
  • Arachnids and insects
  • Fossils

For more information about some of these topics, follow the links below:

Reminder, we will be spending most of our time in the BLUE zone, and some in the GREEN zone (if we’re lucky, we might get a quick visit to the RED zone).

What have you found out? What are you looking forward to? Post as comments to the blog!

Fractions Steps to Success

Today we developed our steps to success for finding fractions of an amount.

Here are our steps for fractions and a video of how to follow them:

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The beginning of the end for 5HB

So today you meet your new class teachers and get a glimpse of what life will be like in Year Six.

The worst kept secret in the school is that unfortunately I won’t be joining you next year but instead am making a move down to Year One! For those that missed all the unintentional clues left around the classroom, perhaps you should have been more awake!

What are your thoughts on moving to Year Six?

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