David Walliams has confirmed he will be releasing a free audio story each day for the next 30 days to help keep you all entertained and to keep encouraging your […]
Well done to the winners of our ‘get caught reading’ competition!
To celebrate World Book Day 2020 and Book Week, we have had impromptu reading sessions to read our favourite books. What a lovely surprise!
The children worked hard this afternoon researching their given area on the Vikings. They then had to teach the rest of the class what they had found out in preparation […]
Today 5S have been making their dragon models ready to begin their animations next week which are based on the book ‘To Train Your Dragon’. We looked at our designs […]
We brought our designs to life today by making our dragons ready for animation making.
Some Y5&6 pupils have had the opportunity to attend a writing workshop with author Harriet Goodwin. They have been inspired by her creativity and have started writing their own exciting […]
This week all our Y3 Children have had the difficult task of getting into character of becoming Jenny or Stevie from our class text ‘Meet me by the Steelmen’. We […]
In Y5AAD we created sentences using persuasive features to invite Mrs Fearnley to watch our play at the Civic. We shared our ideas on padlet and worked well as a […]
Today we presented our Hilary Ford awards to our children who have made the most progress in reading this term in each class. Well done and remember…keep reading! 📚
We have started to think about our new topic and the real message behind Christmas in 6M. We used the story of the WW1 Christmas Truce, to inspire our narrative […]
This morning, Y4C’s big write task was to write a newspaper report about yesterday’s general election. We watched live coverage from the news and talked about what the result now […]
This week in Y3 we have been punctuating and writing speech to include in our narrative. We considered the conversation between Mowgli, Kaa and Bagheera.
We have been preparing for the Capulet’s masked ball. After much research we designed our own masks and then made them ready for the ball in our January performance.
5A have been working hard exploring Scratch writing code to change the scenes and conversations in their stories.
The children have been finishing off the final touches on the Christmas displays ready for the grand reveal on Wednesday! Maths, literacy, science, French, P4C, history are just some of […]
Today, Y4C engaged in a P4C session and used the poem memories as a P4C stimulus. Our P4C question was… ‘Why is it important to make good memories?’
Today in Literacy, we got into role as one of the main characters in our class book, Barney. We thought about the type of questions an interviewer might ask Barney […]
Today we have created our own poems by using the ‘blackout’ technique. This involved us reading some of Shakespeare’s sonnets and choosing words that we liked to put together and […]