In Art, we recreated a famous art piece by Claude Monet- 'Water Lilies & the Japanese Bridge'. We used our sketching skills and water colours . . .
As geographers, we learnt about the parts of a river and described the course it takes from source to mouth. We then explored the water cycle and drew our own diagrams to explain it ...
We had a very informative 'WaterAid Workshop'. We learnt about the history of the charity, poor countries without access to fresh water and toilets and how we can help...
We carried out a sponsored walk, while holding a 2L bottle of water to raise money for WaterAid. We walked for over an hour to try and experience what it is like for poor people who have to walk miles for their water...
Year 5 raised a whopping £138.50 for the charity WaterAid by carrying out a sponsored walk. This money will help provide clean water and toilets for poor people in less developed countries.
We're all very proud of them and I bet you are too!
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