Y5/6 - Emerald

E-Twinning Art.


Over the past few months, the year 5 children have been working children from a school in Dublin to learn:


- Where they come from?

- What is life like in their city/country?

- How is life different in Dublin?


As part of the work, children have been communicating via the children's social media app 'SeeSaw' and have also completed artwork in matched pairs that have been sent between both schools - take a look on the following link:



'The Arrival' by Shaun Tan

People, Place, Planet: Topic Overview

Thought provoking animations


As part of our recent writing assessment we completed work based on two particularly interesting videos:


- 'The Silent Child' (recent Oscar winner)


- 'Mega City'


What are your thoughts about the videos?

How do they make you feel?

What do they make you want to do?

What value do they encourage?




Here is our brilliant Padlet all about Anne Frank - take a look!

Year 6 Homework - Friday 2nd March 2018

Year 5 Homework - Friday 2nd March


Have a look and contribute to this padlet all about Anne Frank.


You will need to watch this youtube video in order to answer the questions!


Unplugged Coding Challenge

PGL Photo Gallery


Make sure you have a look at our brilliant PGL photo gallery.


You can find it in the 'PGL Year 5' section, within the 'Children' menu!

For a recent homework, we shared ideas about WW2 aircraft on a 'Padlet'!

What will we learn this term?

We are so excited. Our topic for Spring term is...

I Have a Dream - Part 1

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I Have a Dream - Part 2

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I Have a Dream - Part 3

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Bradley Wiggins? Laura Trott?  No, it’s the Y6 children from Emerald Class taking part in Bikeability! They had a brilliant time with the team from Outspoken Training who worked with them over the four days. They began on the school playground and then progressed onto the roads of Scothern and Sudbrooke where they learned how to safely perform u-turns as well as a number of manoeuvres in and out of junctions. The behaviour of the children over the course of the 4 days was outstanding and the instructors were very complimentary when their time at the school came to a close. Having worked so hard over the sessions, it would be great to see as many children as possible cycling to school - it will give the children a great opportunity to practise the skills that they have developed.


Well done to all!!

'Let your light shine' - Matthew 5, Our values are Friendship, Respect, Happiness, Honesty, Understanding and Responsibility.