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Holy Rosary Primary School, Sunnyside Crescent Belfast

P5 Miss Devenny

Welcome to our Primary 5 class page.

We are settling into the demands of P.5 well and have already learnt a great deal. We will regularly update our class page to include information about our current topics and photographs of the interesting activities we complete throughout the year.

This half term we are studying the topic 'Flight'.  This involves learning about different types of birds and how they fly or why they cannot fly, the history of flight and significant inventors who have contributed to the design of the aeroplane and adventurers like Amelia Earhart who was the first woman to fly across the Atlantic.  We will be learning about the forces involved in flight and will be carrying out a range of exciting investigations about drag, thrust, lift and weight. We are very excited about this topic already!

We continue to have a range of extra learning opportunities in our timetable including Chinese lessons, Spanish lessons and ICT lessons with Mrs Cooke.

Things to remember:

Homework
Numeracy and Literacy homework will be set every night.  There will be specific spelling related homework on a Monday in the form of a word sort and on a Thursday when children will complete spelling sentences.  Children will be expected to compete their homework to the very best of their ability every night.

PE Days - Wednesday (Hurling) & Thursday (Term 1b Dance)

 

Staff

Miss K Devenney
Miss K Devenney

Teacher (P5)

 
 

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News

14th Jun 2018
P5 met Peter and Howard from Sentinus and Bombardier for a fabulous Flight Workshop! The...
 
 
 
2nd May 2018
We had a very helpful and informative workshop at Holy Rosary Primary School yesterday....
 
 
 
27th Mar 2018
Everyone at Holy Rosary had super fun on Friday with our amazing wig and hat styles. The...
 
 
 
9th Feb 2018
This term our focus has been 'dance' in PE. We had great fun learning The Waves of...
 
 
 
 

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