Year 5 Blog

Local Newspaper Interview About RE

We are very proud of the mutual respect and tolerance shown by our children of those with different faiths and beliefs. So, when the EDP asked to visit the school to talk about the teaching of RE, we were excited to share the children’s good work. When the EDP visited St.Micheal’s they interviewed children and staff about the […]

Our Wonderful African Art Exhibition

After our fantastic visit to see the Lion King in London, the children created wonderful art work inspired by the show. All year groups and all children were involved in producing African art to be proud of. We exhibited the work for a week. The Exhibition was a big success and extremely busy every day. […]

Food Bank Delivery

School Council were really proud to deliver the kind food donations the school children and families collected for the local community. The children were told by the food bank volunteers that this would make a real difference to the lives of people in need in the local area. Thank you again to everyone who was […]

Harvest Festival Collection

As you know, charity, and giving to those in need, has always been dear to our hearts at St Michaels. Therefore we would like to say a big thank you to all the children, parents and staff who have donated for the Harvest Festival collection. Making a difference, and contributing to the lives of others, […]

Values Day

Our five key principles in school are: respect, trust, perseverance, enterprise and success and these values are regularly discussed in what they mean to the children in school and their everyday life. However, as these values are so important to everything we do in school, we decided to have a really fun and engaging ‘Values Day’. […]

Y5 Viking Day ᛇ ï, ᛃ j, ᛜ ŋ, ᛈ !

On Thursday 8th October, Year 5 dressed in authentic Viking costumes and were visited by Andrew (‘Lord Ultrecht’) from History off the Page, for our special Viking Day.   Throughout the morning we pretended to be villagers working at our trades under Lord Orik, creating crafts to ward off evil spirits, solve illnesses or to sell at the […]

Y5 Explores Viking Minecraft World!

  Many Year 5 pupils shall be logging onto Minecraft this weekend to learn more about history…     To get ready for our #VikingDay on Thursday 8th of October, lots of keen Year 5 pupils are gaming this weekend… in the name of learning! Twenty budding historians are boldly going – or going boldly – […]

Our Amazing Art Exhibition

The children were very proud of their art work and couldn’t wait to show it off to their parents, carers, families and friends at the exhibition. The exhibition ran for one week, every day after school and we had over 100 visitors who were extremely impressed by the wonderful pieces. Our visitors were asked to […]

Author – Jane Lawes visits St Michael’s

Year 3, 4 and some of year 5 were lucky to meet author Jane Lawes. Jane read some extracts from her latest book and answered questions. Her books are mostly based on ballet and gymnastics, both passions of hers. Her books will be in our library so that we can borrow them and read her […]

Y5 Football Tournament

  The Year 5 football team competed in the Russell Hemnall 7-a-side football tournament on Thursday 19th March at the UEA.  The boys played superbly, winning their group and narrowly loosing in the semi final. Well done to all the boys who took part!

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