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Ashperton Primary Academy

Welcome toAshperton Primary Academy

Yellow Class

Welcome to Yellow Class!

Yellow Class is made up of 30 ambitious and hard working Year 5 pupils, who are taught by Mrs Margetts, Mrs Bullock and Miss Cosnett. 


Check out our Seesaw page to see photos of what we have been up to this year. 


Year 5 is packed full of interesting topics, practical lessons and fun challenges. 


We cover a range of interesting topics and projects including,

-bringing the Celts and Romans in Britain to life with some fun role play

-building wooden catapults

-learning to play the keyboard

-studying materials, forces, the circulatory system, plants and space in Science 

-science experiments including evaporation, parachutes, shadows, dissolving, thermal/electrical insulators/conductors and testing hardness.

-making programmable carousels in DT and Computing using Crumble Micro-bit controllers

-creating space-themed art prints inspired by Teis Albers

-exploring mixed-media self portraits

-studying and creating art installations with a message

-learning about the Anglo-Saxon and Viking struggle for power

-a mental health project with the Courtyard theatre #talkaway

-a trip to Caerleon Roman town

-a geography trip studying our local area


Feel free to speak to us or contact us if you have any questions:


Mrs Margetts:     Mrs Bullock: