Year 5 Birch and LimeMiss Critchlow and Mrs Young
Welcome to Year 5!
Miss Critchlow and Mrs Young are our Year 5 teachers, and they are supported by Miss Roddam. Miss Critchlow teaches Year 5 Birch and Mrs Young teaches Year 5 Lime.
Information about what Year 5 will be learning can be found in our ‘Curriculum’ section.
To celebrate our fantastic OfSTED report, the children at Winlaton West Lane (and the staff!) enjoyed an equally fabulous ‘fun day’ of whole school, non-uniform, bouncy castle play-time and fun activities. Take a look at some of our class photographs to see how much ‘fun’ we all had…read more
Today, our school was incredibly proud to have a visit from Olympic British volleyball player Peter Bakare – who led our whole school on a sponsored fitness circuit session. Each class was taken through a series of fun, pulse-raisin,g strength and conditioning exercises, followed by a motivational talk from Peter and a demonstration of some key volleyball skills…read more
Today, our Year 5 and 6 children represented our school at the annual Gateshead Fun Run, sponsored by Intu Metrocentre! The Metrognomes also came along to join in the fun – although one of them was really naughty and decided to try and run off with off with Miss Westgarth’s bag and a packed lunch!read more
On Friday 19th May 2017, Year 5 went to the Great North Museum in Newcastle. During the day, the children had the opportunity to visit the planetarium. They enjoyed two showings: The Dawn of the Space Age and Fragile Planet. The children learnt fantastic facts relating to Earth and Space during these shows..read more
This month, a former pupil of Winlaton West Lane School has kindly ‘donated’ one of his amazing Snowdogs, (‘Gareth’) to our school to exhibit for the next 2-3 weeks! Please feel free to come in and have a look at Mrs Tetley’s new friend…read more
On the last day of Spring term, as part of our ‘Healthy School’ Initiative, our whole school enjoyed a range of activities – including making smoothies with a pupil ‘pedal power’ stationary bike and a workshop with ‘Cooking for Life’ expert Nick!read more
As part of our topic ‘The Ancient Greeks’ this term, Year 5 decided to taste some Greek foods – Greek salad and also some Greek deserts. The children tried a small piece of each food and made notes on how they tasted. This was a fun-filled afternoon and the children really enjoyed exploring Greek culinary tastes!read more
On Wednesday 5th April 2017, Year 5 pupils ran their own mini Olympics in school! The children planned the activities in groups across the year group and a total of 18 events were held throughout the day. The children ran the events themselves and scored them fairly – giving a 1st, 2nd and 3rd place winner for each event.read more
Last week our school held an extraordinary 'Faith Week', where the children were very lucky to have visitors from different faiths / religions come in to speak about their beliefs. Assemblies were held with special religious leaders and visitors: Cloud Singh (a Sikh);...read more
On Thursday 9th February 2017, Year 5 became scientists at the Science Centre and Discovery Museum in Newcastle!read more
Wow! What an awesome response we have had to our reading challenge! After we unveiled an amazing new reading scheme at Christmas, we launched it with a brand-new reading challenge. Every time we bring in our reading book, signed by someone who looks after us to say...read more
On Thursday 19th January, Miss Roddam took ten of our Year 5’s to Thorp Academy for ‘buddy’ training – which consisted of lots of mini games including teaching an alien how to play football, tag rugby and team tag games!read more