Please visit the Covid-19 page, in the ‘About Us’ menu to view our risk assessment and arrangements for September 2020. We look forward to welcoming all children in years 1-6 back on Thursday 3rd September. Staff will be back on the 1st and 2nd for training and to prepare their Bubbles.
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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5!

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World Book Day

Story time with Sherlock
What a class of characters!
Alas, poor Yorick!
5 seconds to Puffin Virtually Live
Clare Balding shares her writing tips with us
Trying out our illustrating talents
Can you tell what it is yet?
Watching how Tony Ross does it
Draw a dog in 30 seconds...
Watching carefully for some top tips!
I think I've almost got it!
Finding characters for each letter of the alphabet
Tom Fletcher helped to inspire us
Maidensbridge 'Shout Out'
Winner of the book character alphabet
Working well together
Designing National Book Tokens
Making sure it's very neat
Using the skills we learnt from Tony Ross
Sharing our ideas
Planning it to perfection
Gangsta Grannies!
Year 5 & 6 World Book Day Quiz
Bobby the Builder

KS2 Theatre Trip to Alice in Wonderland - blog by Matilda Rousell


 Yesterday, I visited the old Rep in Birmingham. It was an amazing and magical experience and I enjoyed it thoroughly.


 First we had an early lunch at school. Soon after, we were sat on the coach and were enjoying the company of our friends. After about 45 minutes we arrived at the Rep theatre (which was filled with eager children awaiting to watch the entrancing and exciting show). We were then seated on the soft, red velvet seats which were as comfy as a cushion. Suddenly the White rabbit sprang from behind the curtains and ran around crazily like a chicken and started giving out fist bumps and high fives. Then all was silent: the show had begun! Alice walked on the stage joyfully and was talking about how books with no pictures were so boring, so her sister told her to use her imagination....


The show was so amusing and entertaining I loved it so much. My favourite part was when Alice was having tea with the mad hatter and when she was about to pour some tea into the tea cup he said "I want a clean cup" and when they moved along they sang a funny song. Over all, I thought it was an awesome performance.

  By Matilda Rousell Year 5

Year 5 Street Dance

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We have been perfecting our groovy moves in our street dance sessions this term in P.E. We have learnt how to count in beats of eight and have created our own sequences using the moves that we have learnt. Can you see how we can dance in unison as well as following on from each other in a cannon? We hope you enjoy watching our performances as much as we did creating them! Let’s get ready to rhumble...

Let’s get ready to rhumble...

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Straight up moving...

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We can get you groovin...

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Can you see how we dance in unison?

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Can you see how we use different formations in our routine?

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Can you see how we danced at different levels?

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Olympic Gymnast Kristian Thomas puts Year 5 through their paces and helps to raise funds for sports equipment in the process!

English Work in Year 5

The day Willy Wonka came to Maidensbridge!

Maths Work in Year 5

Croquet at Himley

Worcester Warriors Rugby Coaching


Year 5 are currently enjoying tag rugby sessions which are being led by Matt Jones, a coach from Worcester Warriors. We are using our skills to play the game tactically and are looking forward to playing in the Dudley schools' tag rugby tournament, as well as our own inter-house competition within school. We have learnt a lot and are really 'trying' our best!

Land Art Sculptures