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Over the past few weeks, children in all year groups have been learning and practising a poem. Today, most of the school, from Reception to Year 6, took to the Junior Hall to perform their poems to the rest of the school. Instruments and background presentations were used by some. What impressive performances!!
Duration: 13m 16s.
As part of Safer Internet Day, Year 3 discussed how to stay safe online. The children were asked the question 'How do you know who you're talking to online?' Mrs Lyko-Edwards recorded a message for the children, then used audio morphing to change the voice completely. The children were surprised by what they heard. This again demonstrates the importance of staying safe online.
Duration: 1m 1s.
Safer Internet Day is a global event which is being increasingly recognised every year. This year, Peterbrook enjoyed a day of celebrating all that is good about the internet as well as discussing possible dangers. This afternoon, Year 5 carried out role play scenarios involving the internet. Can you see how the internet/modern technology is used in our short scenarios?
Duration: 6m 3s.
Year 5 have been learning the narrative poem of The Highwayman, written by Alfred Noyes. The children have studied the setting and explored the meaning of the poem. Today, pupils discussed the characters in the story and some brave pupils took on the role of these characters in the 'hot-seat'. Tune in to hear how they got on.
Duration: 8m 29s.
This week, Year 5 linked their knowledge of rounds with our whole school celebration of Chinese New Year. Using the symbol of a dragon as a stimulus, each Year 5 class made up a poem containing a verse and a chorus. They then performed their poem using all their knowledge of singing in unison and as a round. Can you spot when the children are singing in unison and when they switch to a round?
Duration: 2m 19s.
'Guess the sound' is our monthly listening game. Listen carefully; I will play the clip three times. When you have decided send your answer into the Guestbook. All the correct answers will be put into a hat, a winner will be chosen at random and they will receive a prize at the end of the month. Good luck!!
Duration: 1m 4s.
Year 5 are learning about rounds in Music this term. We have been experimenting singing both in unison (all singing exactly the same thing at the same time) and singing as a round (different groups coming in at different times). Have a listen to our two Year 5 classes performing London's Burning and The Human Drum kit. You will notice that they sing parts of the songs in unison and other parts in a round. Well done Year 5 - it takes great concentration to sing a round!
Duration: 3m 35s.
Following on from our Athens vs Sparta debate, Year 5 have been learning about another battle which took place in Ancient Greece; the Battle of Marathon. This involved the Persian and Athenian armies battling at the Bay of Marathon in 490BC. Can you who guess who was victorious in battle from the articles written by our Year 5 pupils?
Duration: 17m 12s.
Well done to our School Choir who went to the LG Arena for the 'Young Voices' Concert. They sang beautifully and had a wonderful time. Some of the songs were recorded as were interviews with excited children both before and after the big event. The concert was a huge success and we congratulate everyone involved for their superb efforts. Have a listen and feel free to sing along...
Duration: 57m 9s.
Year 5 have been learning all about Instructional texts. They began by looking at a variety of texts and later spent time guiding each other around the hall by giving instructions. The unit ended with the children writing and reading their instructions. They include instructions for making a sandwich, making a cup of tea, running a bath and opening files on a computer. We hope you find the instructions useful and congratulate our Year 5 pupils on their hard work.
Duration: 14m 3s.
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