Year 5 News!

Warren Barn – Year 5

Posted: 22 May 2018

Year Five stayed at Warren Barn last week. They have been blessed with the weather. Mr. Connolly, Braiden’s dad, has been the cook for the week. We are truly grateful to him for giving up a week’s holiday to look after us so well with daily delicious and nutritious meals. A huge thank you to Mr. Powell and Mrs. Bouchard who have been with the children all the time and to Mrs. Nott, Mrs. Gridley and Mrs. Powell who stayed on different nights and to Miss Irvine, Mrs. Connolly, Mrs. McCaig, Mr. and Mrs. Perkins for all their support during the week.

Sacred Heart vs Watcombe Netball Match

Posted: 14 March 2018

World Book Day

Posted: 13 March 2018
More news from Year 5

Quicksticks Festival

On Thursday 28th September, Year 5 represented Sacred Heart in the cluster sport quicksticks festival. It was a fantastic event and the children were able to experience a new game in a competitive situation.

PCSA

Year five enjoyed another event at PCSA and had great fun in many different activities.

Triathlon

Sacred Heart competed in the first triathlon organised by Tower House at Paignton Leisure centre. 6 children from year 5/6 were entered and did a fantastic job! They had to swim, run and cycle throughout the day. We couldn’t have asked for better conditions for the event.

Inspiration Day

Year 5 enjoyed an inspiration day at PCSA. They experienced many activities, such as: live battlefield, animal interaction, music, and science experience. The day was a great success and the children thoroughly enjoyed the experience.

Warren Barn

Skillbuild

Year 5 we’re involved in the SkillBuld event at South Devon College. They enjoyed numerous activities, including: plastering, plumbing, building making and spray painting. They even met TV personalities for DIY SOS! It was a great day and may have created many new future tradesmen.

WW2 Workshop

Year 5 enjoyed a great day from the Time Traveller company. They went on a trip back in time to WW2, which led to many interesting discoveries. A Warden led the trip and showed many WW2 artifacts. The children were involved in numerous activities, including: code breaking, WW2 singing, putting out fire, writing postcards to home and delivering a performance.