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Focus on Year 5

The Year 5 students have been working very hard at home in the past few weeks designing projects related to the Sochi Winter Olympics.
  • Year 5 student Olympics project
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Students have been very creative and have chosen to express their newfound knowledge in diverse and exciting ways. Check some of the fantastic projects below:

 

Alicia from 5EB has composed her own song, consisting of vocals and piano music to capture the spirit of the Olympic Games. Nerea drew famous mascots of the past and present Games.

In 5SN, Kuba created his own miniature hockey rink from a baking pan. He explained about the puck and that it was originally made from cow manure! Some other students created videos, raps and music videos.

 

Weronika from 5LC has written an interesting biography about the famous Austrian ski jumper, Thomas Morgenstern, while Konrad chose to make a map of the Olympic park.

 

In 5AC, Nicolas illustrated a giant poster showcasing the Sochi flag! Other students have been busy constructing detailed models of the Olympic village.

 

All of Year 5 has been extremely impressed by each others’ enthusiasm for learning and we have learnt a lot about the Olympics by sharing our projects with each other. What an excellent way to learn.

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