take 5 Logo Welcome to June's take 5
The Big Day

After Jesus died, the disciples gathered together in Jerusalem for Pentecost, even though they didn't feel like celebrating.

The spirit came at Pentecost They stayed inside and behind locked doors. Suddenly a great wind swept through the room.

It was as if flame touched every person, they felt energised.

The Holy Spirit had come, just as Jesus promised.

As the disciples tumbled out into the street, people came to see what had happened.

Peter stood and told them about Jesus and that day thousands of people decided to follow Jesus.

Amazing!

A Grand Day Out

Do you like watching Wallace and Gromit?

Visit the moon Their first film was 'A Grand Day Out' where the pair had an adventure to the moon looking for cheese!

The characters and props are all modelled from clay.

It took director, Nick Park, nearly seven years to make the film, one frame at a time, stopping for each small movement the characters make.

It's 30 years since Wallace and Gromit had their grand day out.

What a day!

Have you travelled by airplane? Have you ever flown over the open sea? Or to America or Canada?

Vickers Vimy biplane

It's only 100 years since the first non-stop flight across the Atlantic. Captain John Alcock and Lieutenant Arthur Brown set off from New Foundland in the afternoon of 14 June 1919 and landed in a boggy field in Ireland the following day. They flew 1980miles in 16 hours 27 minutes.

Their craft was a biplane with an open cockpit. The Vickers Vimy had been designed for long distance flying during World War I.

The airplane was presented to the nation - you can see it at the Science Museum

They flew through thick fog, heavy cloud and sleet and hail. Snow filled the cockpit and Brown had to wing walk to keep filters clear of ice.

Phew!

Horse head What do you call the horse next door?

A neigh-bour!

Look Out

Hanworth: Youth Club Fridays in term time 4.30pm

East Molesey: Alight 14th June 4.30-5.30pm

East Molesey: Breakfast all age 16th June 9.30am

Sunbury: Aloud 21st June 7.00-8.00pm

Sunbury: Daybreak Anniversary 30th June 10.30am

East Molesey: Alight 12th July 4.30-5.30pm

Sunbury: SundayKidzClub 14th July 3.30pm

Teddington: all age service 21st July 10:30am

take 5: the next edition of take 5 will arrive mid July and cover two months

Horses at Special Days

Imber Court dates back over 900 years. It's latest owners are the Metropolitan Police who bought it 100 years ago.

Mounted police in London It is a training centre for police horses.

The mounted police are a special part of the police. Horses are trained along with their riders for crowd control at big occasions like football games, carnivals and royal processions.

Today the Metropolitan Police have 8 stables for horses including Imber Court which is home for about 50 horses.

There's party on 15th June to celebrate and show off the skills of the Mounted Police.

Stick figure Knock, knock

Who's there?

Some

Some who?

Some day you'll recognise me!

Where can you go on your day out?

Where can you go for a day out? What do these road signs point to?

Tourist signs

Answers below.

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paper plane

With only a sheet of paper and the wind you can enjoy flying your own airplane.

What you need

What you need for paper plane
  • A4 sheet of paper

What you do

1

paper plane step 1

Fold in half along the long edge.

Open out, then fold in two corners from one short edge to the centre fold in the middle making a point.

Tip: Make good creases by rubbing with your finger nail.

2

paper plane step 2

Fold the pointed end up to about a couple of cm below the top edge.

3

paper plane step 3

Fold the new bottom corners to the centre fold again, making a point.

Hold it in place by folding down the small triangle.

4

paper plane step 4

Turn over. Fold in half along the crease.

Turn so the open edges are at the top.

Fold into a wing from the point, lining up the fold with the bottom edge.

Turn over and do the same.

5

paper plane step 5

Hold along the middle pleat and spread out the wings.

6

paper plane step 6

Fly your airplane!

Where can you go on your day out?

a cycle hire

b nature reserve

c country park

d pleasure or theme park

e museum

f beach

g Roman ruins

h football ground

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