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Welcome to Year 5

We hope you have all had an enjoyable Easter holiday and are ready for term 5. 

It is an action-packed term with the Viney Hill residential and our performance of the Pirates of the Curry Bean.

 

Pirates of the Curry Bean

6pm 23rd May

 

Below is a list of suggested costumes for the play.

 

Best wishes

Mr Smith, Mrs Roberts, Miss Norton, Mrs Shippey and Mrs Harris

 

Year 5 Blog - Terrific Tokyo

Year 5 are making a class blog and it can be found by clicking on this link http://stlclassof2012.primaryblogger.co.uk/

The blog will be a place where children can post examples of work, complete the 100 Word Challenge homework and discuss ideas and thoughts linked to learning in Year 5. Parents are encouraged to comment, but we ask that you follow the Blogging guidelines.

 

Year 5 Residential Powerpoint

You will find the PowerPoint Mr Soutar presented at the residential meeting, further down the page.

 

 

 

 

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Year 5 performance

Term 5 brings a pirate flavour in the form of the Year 5 performance Pirates of the Curry Bean.  The performance will take place at 6pm on the 23rd of May.

 

The children have been given their roles and scripts to learn over Easter in preparation for rehearsals at the start of term 5.  Costume and prop information will be forthcoming soon.

 

Scores for the music are available below.

PIRATES OF THE CURRY BEAN

 

COSTUMES

PIRATES – can wear traditional red and black with striped tops, knee length trousers, bandanas and striped socks/tights. If you already have a pirate costume from last year this will be fine.

SAILORS – can be dressed in naval blue and white, with white trousers, blue and white striped tops and sailor hats.

COD AND HORNHONKER – could wear more elaborate blue and white uniforms.

REDBEARD – could have a red “Hook” style costume.

THE PERIWINKLE FAMILY – need a slight pirate flavour, possibly with black and white striped skirts, trousers and bandanas.

NATIVES- can be dressed in various ways, from Hawaiian grass skirts to cavemen style animal print.

Keep everything colourful – and remember, you can’t have too many stripes!

 

Please let us know as soon as possible if you need help with costumes.

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Lumbago Lullaby

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Beneath the Same Starry Sky

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Anchors Away

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Piratical Style

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Lumbago

Pirates of the Curry Bean - Piratical Style Reprise

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