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Year 5 Non-Negotiables

 

We have launched these this year to help us improve our writing.  We need to include these in EVERY piece of writing we complete as a minimum expectation.

Year 5 Non-Negotiables

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Peer-Feedback Walls

 

These walls are helping us to give precise and clear feedback to others on their writing.  We check their work, using our steps to success criteria.  We write a kind, celebratory comment on what they have done well.  This is the 'tick' comment.  We then write an improvement prompt using the ideas on the display to help us.  Carrying out this process regularly and properly is helping us all to get better at checking our own writing for how it can be improved.

Once we have read and understood our feedback, we edit and improve our work accordingly.  This is done as independently as possible!

Peer-Feedback Walls

Peer-Feedback Walls 1 We are using our new displays....
Peer-Feedback Walls 2 They help us to give precise and clear feedback.
Peer-Feedback Walls 3 This helps us with checking our own work too!
Peer-Feedback Walls 4 We edit and improve after receiving the feedback.

Investors in pupils helps us to improve our behaviour, attendance, classroom management/ organisation, learning and also helps us to think about how to make new people feel welcome.  Our display shows our personal targets which all cover one of these areas.  We decide on our own targets and track our own progress towards these.  We celebrate in assembly if we achieve our targets.

We also have a class mission statement and a class target.  Our Year 5 class targets are focused on anti-bullying week this half term.  We have to complete 100 acts of kindness each week.  Let's hope we can keep it up!

 

Investors in pupils displays

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Investors in pupils displays 2

Primary Parliament

 

Four lucky Year Five pupils were recently selected to visit the Council House to take part in Primary Parliament.  The key themes for the day were: Jobs for the future; and Making the country greener.  The children worked with pupils from various other city schools to design, build and market their own solar-powered vehicle.  They presented their prototype at the end of the day to everybody there, including The Sheriff of Nottingham!

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Keeping Safe ideas from Year 5

Keeping Safe

 

In Year Five we have done lots of work on keeping safe, particularly when using the Internet.  Here are some reminders from the children about keeping safe:

 

Don’t meet up with people you’ve met online.  Speak to your parents about people suggesting you do.”  Leah

 

“Don’t post any personal information  – like your address, email address or mobile number.”   Emily

 

“I know that not everyone online is who they say they are.”   Kodi

 

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