More Mixing for Mega Mix Mad Class

 

More Mixing for Mega Mix Mad Class

 

From making cakes using ingredients written in French, to creating a Marvellous Mixture of liquids and soluble and insoluble solids … (and then having to work out how to separate them all again!) … That’s been our week in Rivington Class.

 

On…

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Rivington Class become Experi-MENTAL!

 

Rivington Class become Experi-MENTAL!

This week in Rivington class, Mr.Roden challenged us to come up with a question we would like to find the answer to related to dissolving.  Here’s what each group came up with:

 

-Which dissolves quickest – sugar or salt?

-Will sugar dissolve…

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STATE OF MATTER

 

STATE OF MATTER

This week we have embarked on our Mega Mixes topic. We have firstly recapped on what we mean by a liquid, a solid and a gas. The children were dubious about gas as it is something you can’t always see, so we decided to create experiments to prove its existence. The children…

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Play scripts become Out of this World!

Play scripts become Out of this World!

In Rivington Class this week, the children have used green screen technology to bring their Space play scripts to life. The plays, which are set in outer space, were really enhanced by the green screen app on the Ipads which plunged them into scenes on…

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The Sound of Silence

The Sound of Silence

 

The children of Rivington 5 have, this week, been composing their own musical ‘score’ for a Sci-Fi Space movie. The score was split into three separate sequences entitled ‘Blast Off,’ ‘Moon Landing’ and ‘Walking on the Moon.’ The children first learned about musical…

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What A Wonderful Week It Has Been In Rivington!!!

What A Wonderful Week It Has Been In Rivington!!!

Our stars of the future in Rivington have been practising their acting skills this week and they performed Science Fiction plays for Mrs. Blackledge.  It was great fun and has helped the children to improve their speaking and listening…

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The Final Frontier!!!

The Final Frontier!!!

The Rivington Star Rangers have been busily working on performing playscripts this week in order to improve their speaking and listening skills.  They have worked co-operatively in groups to rehearse various space scripts.  There have been some very enthusiastic…

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Terrified and alone

Terrified and alone, Eleven, who was a Space Warrior, crash landed onto Planet Persius.  Quickly he realised that he was in serious trouble.  So, he made a call to NASA and commanded an immediate extraction!  Year 5 hope that he would escape unhurt…but would he?

 

We were visited by the…

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Film Stars of The Future!!!

In Rivington this week, we have working with our talk partners to think of space vocabulary to describe our planets.  Do you know what a DE :DE sentence is or a ‘The more, …the more… sentence is?  Well, we have also been learning to use these different types of sentences in our writing.  Ask the…

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Temperatures rise in Year 5

Temperatures rise in Year 5

The thermometers have been out this week as we measure the temperatures of one another and various other items in our negative numbers maths topic. The children dealt with negative numbers in the context of temperature, money and elevation and tried to work out…

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Victorian Christmas at Astley Hall

Victorian Christmas at Astley Hall

 

Rivington class enjoyed a school trip straight out of history this Wednesday when they walked down to Astley Hall. The trip, which was meant to give the children an idea of what a true Victorian Christmas would consist of, was very enjoyable and…

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St. Joseph’s Pupils in Child Labour Scandal!

 

St. Joseph’s Rivington Class have this week been involved in a horrible child labour scandal after it emerged that evil Mr. Roden was using his pupils to sweep the chimneys of local houses to earn HIM…

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