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Horfield Church Of England Primary School
Bishop Manor Road, Bristol BS10 5BD

0117 9030041 Fax: 0117 9030042

horfield.p@bristol-schools.uk

Horfield Church Of England Primary School

Deeply rooted, flourishing together, reaching great heights

Year 5

  Welcome to Classes 11 and 12

 

What does it mean to be Hindu in modern Britain?


During RE, Year 5 have been investigating the Hindu concept of Brahman. For many Hindus, Brahman is God or a life force in the universe. We learnt about the God Vishnu and how many Hindus believe he intervenes to restore balance to the universe. We imagined what problems the world faces today that might require an intervention from Vishnu. Can you work out what we have modelled? 

We are Geographers!

Our Geography topic is ‘How can we know our place?’ Year 5 have been developing their geographical skills to read and interpret maps. First, we used a bird’s eye view to create a contour map. Next, we made contour models of the island from our class text, ‘Kensuke’s Kingdom’ to show how the land has different heights. 

 Class 11 'Wrens' Praise Postcard

We have all printed Wrens to decorate our card which was inspired by our whole school metaphor of 'Birds reaching great heights.' 

Class 12 'Swifts' Praise Postcard

We have all printed swifts to decorate our card which was inspired by our whole school metaphor of 'Birds reaching great heights.' 

Colour Monster

For our 'Whole School' entrance hall display we wrote poems inspired by the book 'The Colour Monster' by Anna Llenas.  We united as a whole school to explore our emotions.  Can you spot how we have captured each feeling from the story with our use of colour and powerful descriptive language?

 Here are our Class Charters for 2020-2021. 

Our Learning Metaphor this year is birds.

Class 12
Class 12

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