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Year 5

Welcome to Year 5 with Mr Medcalf and Mr Hewitt!

 

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Carroll diagram to show quantity of recyclable waste. We collected the waste produced from a single lunch time across the entire school. Next, we created a Carroll diagram to organise waste into 4 groups, those that were/were not recyclable and those that were/were not biodegradable. This demonstrated the scale of waste that ends up in landfill. We were all shocked by the amount of waste that can’t be recycled.

Carroll diagram to show quantity of recyclable waste. We collected the waste produced from a single lunch time across the entire school. Next, we created a Carroll diagram to organise waste into 4 groups, those that were/were not recyclable and those that were/were not biodegradable. This demonstrated the scale of waste that ends up in landfill. We were all shocked by the amount of waste that can’t be recycled. 1
Carroll diagram to show quantity of recyclable waste. We collected the waste produced from a single lunch time across the entire school. Next, we created a Carroll diagram to organise waste into 4 groups, those that were/were not recyclable and those that were/were not biodegradable. This demonstrated the scale of waste that ends up in landfill. We were all shocked by the amount of waste that can’t be recycled. 2
Carroll diagram to show quantity of recyclable waste. We collected the waste produced from a single lunch time across the entire school. Next, we created a Carroll diagram to organise waste into 4 groups, those that were/were not recyclable and those that were/were not biodegradable. This demonstrated the scale of waste that ends up in landfill. We were all shocked by the amount of waste that can’t be recycled. 3
Carroll diagram to show quantity of recyclable waste. We collected the waste produced from a single lunch time across the entire school. Next, we created a Carroll diagram to organise waste into 4 groups, those that were/were not recyclable and those that were/were not biodegradable. This demonstrated the scale of waste that ends up in landfill. We were all shocked by the amount of waste that can’t be recycled. 4

Turtle in my bathtub stop motion

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We were inspired by our research into plastic pollution and were surprised by how much single use plastic ends up in oceans so we created and filmed this stop motion animation to spread the message. Everyone in Year 5 took part in animating their own section of the storyboard.
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