Last week was an amazing week for year 5 filled with education and fun. We started with the optional star gazing night, then visited a planetarium in the school hall and ended with planet art. On top of all this space-tastic learning we also fitted in a harvest related assembly for the rest of the school and parents.
During the week, Y5 had an exciting evening at KFJS. We had a look at planets by using an app called sky view. The app is downloadable at home and it tells us the constellations and the names of planets and where they are. To get a super view of the sky above why not lay back and use the app to gaze at the sky above. However, be warned if people come into your view it may confuse you into thinking they are a planet. Brooke almost offended her mum by thinking she was a planet!
Year 5 Harvest Production:
We are the year 6 bloggers and we’re going review the year 5 harvest production/FoodBank.
The year fives did a wonderful play about FOOD BANK and harvest. The production contained lots of information about where our food comes from and the fantastic role of the Food Bank who have helped out 10,920 families in the last 6 years.
Don’t forget: Year 5 are running a competition to see which class can bring in the most food to help the Food Bank.
Here are some foods you are allowed to bring,
Tinned food, tinned fruit, long life milk, coffee and tea bags,
The class that brings the most food wins:
J 200 merit points J
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Meet the Year 5 bloggers…
Hello my name is Laura and I go to Kings Furlong Junior School. I am in year 5 and are really enjoying it. This school is amazing and would recommend this school to parents looking for a school for their children. I love to do gymnastics and go to a club at the active life centre. It is lots of fun. At this school the teachers are really kind and will only be strict when they have to be. My favourite subject is history. The history projects are fantastic and really interesting.
Hi, my name is Amelie and I am a proud student from year five. I love KFJS, we do maths and English of all sorts as well as awesome projects and trips. This school is hard to hate with the teachers always ready to teach in the most fun way possible and ready to help with your personal needs. Break times here are great with a wide range of dinner ladies and very scarce bullying. Lunch has great dinners and equally as good puddings.
Hello my name is Brooke and I am in year 5 . My favourite subject is maths because I find it very fun and easy . My hobbies are judo and crafts.
Hello my name is Elliot. Here at Kings Furlong Junior School we do all sorts of different activities. One of the best things about our school is the play time buddies. I greatly recommend this school to you as it has lots of clubs and sports. Two clubs I enjoy are art club and blogging.
I am Lily and it is a great school as everybody is happy and unique. The teachers are nearly always smiling. I love to do art as you can do whatever you want and it can’t be bad.
I'm Anya. I do gymnastics and compete in lots of different competitions. I am a school councilor and playtime buddy so at break times come to me if you are feeling lonely. I am a good friend to have and I am always loyal.
Meet the year 6 bloggers…
Hi, my name is Amelia. I feel very lucky to be a part of our school. I love reading and A series of Unfortunate Events are my favourite books.
My name is Niamh I am in blue team I like swimming and Harry Potter. My favourite subjects are English reading and art.
I’m Dylan and I love Football and Maths. I like these things because they are so good and they mean a lot to me. I am from Red Team.
Our School develops children from 7 years old to 11 years old. That means that all our pupils have 4 years of hard work and learning. We grow and learn together!!
I am very proud to be a student of Kings Furlong Junior School. When you continue on this blog, I’m going to tell you more about our fantastic teachers, school clubs and more.
Hello I'm Brooke. I’m Green Team Captain and JRSO and I love to dance. I’m even the south east street dance champion. The best thing about school is that we get to choose from a range of clubs at the minute I am doing netball and of course blogging. Also my favourite subject is English and I love doing art it is really calming my favourite activity in art is using pastels.