Tattershall Primary School

Tattershall Primary School
Believe, Achieve, Succeed

Tattershall, Lincoln LN4 4QZ T: 01526 342045 E: enquiries@tattershallprimary.lincs.sch.uk

Welcome to Class 5

Mr Hoodless
Years 4 and 5


Themed Curriculum






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Learing abount instructions

In English class 2 have written their own version of the 'Don't Let The Pigeon' books by Mo Willems as part of their learning about instructions. They did such a good job that they wanted to share their books with class 5.

World Book Day

Class 3 really enjoyed sharing our favourite books with Class 5 during World Book Day. All children took it in turn to read their book and then listen carefully to their partner read.

Sharing Stories with Class 2

Class 5 had a lovely morning sharing their stories with Class 2. Class 2 children loved the interactive books.

Jubilee Tree

Children in Class 5 and 6 have very carefully planted their Jubilee tree today as part of the Queen's platinum jubilee celebrations.


Full concentration from Year 5s today with their fraction learning.

Pop-up Books

Primary It may not look organised learning, but Class 5 children have been working tirelessly to create their pop-up books. The children are very excited to show case these to Class 2 once they are complete.


Class 5 have really enjoyed their gymnastics learning. Children have now used all their new skills in partnership to create a routine.

Learning Poetry

Class 5 children have been learning poetry off by heart. Children really enjoyed then performing their learnt poems to their peers.

Class 5's painted vases

Class 5 children have been learning new skills, which will help them create their vases.

Class 5 have now used their clay skills to create their vases. Final step is painting.

Children worked to their plans and created some fantastic vases.

Place Value

Class 5 using place value counters to make sure they are completely secure with their place value.


Class 5's art journey so far. We have started to think about a design which could go onto our clay vase.