Miss Marshall

Support Staff

Mrs Kidd & Mrs Roguz

Morning Session

8:55am - 12:05pm

Afternoon Session

1:05pm - 3:30pm


Summer 2018 from May

Welcome to Kenya

Our curriculum, news & events

This is our Kenya class blog to let you know all that we have been doing. Please view all out latest news below and you can also link to and read details of all forthcoming events and upcoming activities opposite.

Class Kenya is a great place to be at Forest View. Miss Marshall is our class teacher and she is supported by Mr Clarke, Mrs Kidd and Mrs Roguz. .

Our class is full of enthusiastic and friendly people. As a class, we work hard to complete challenges and aim to work as a team at all times. We work together and support each other whenever possible, but it is also important that we try our hardest to become independent learners too. 

Summer Term

Our topics this term will be based around a contrasting location for our geography, so we will be exploring Sensational South America…

I expect that Year 5 will be a fun packed, creative and curiosity driven year. My aim is that your children will become increasingly independent, learn to ask questions and to begin to drive their own learning forward to achieve and strive beyond their targets. Year 5 is a very busy year as we move towards preparing the children for their move into Year 6 and beyond.


Marvellous Music Day

On Thursday 21st June, the whole academy enjoyed a musical extravaganza organised by Miss Beech. We listened to ‘Ain’t No Mountain High Enough‘ and discussed the meaning of the lyrics and related it to our friendships. We took part in a really fun percussion workshop playing buckets and pans…it was noisy!After lunch, we performed a...
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Pond dipping and mini-beast discovery

We’ve enjoyed a beautiful afternoon in our fantastic nature garden to start our new science topic of ‘Animals and their Habitats’. We found lots of beetles, flies, ants and spiders in their habitats and enjoyed looking at them through our new magnifying lenses. We used nets to capture newts, frogs and tadpoles in the pond…we...
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Sensational South America Wow Day

On Thursday the 19th April, we enjoyed our third Wow Day to mark the start of our Sensational South America topic. We enjoyed the choice of taking part in lots of art activities such as: carnival masks, Aztec masks, 3D parrots, Aztec necklaces, woollen God’s eyes and colouring in many beautiful rain forest animals.
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Science Club Wk2

This week’s science club saw the children bridge building using a range of materials.  Each material had its pros and cons.  Mac appears to be confident but the rest of his team aren’t so sure.  The session ended with great balls of fire.  Well, maybe not quite but it does look really exciting.
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