Y4B Stone Age Story maps πŸ“–

We enjoyed creating a β€˜Crood’ story map together, then had a go at publishing our own…​

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Y4B do drama and dialogue 🎭

Using drama to rehearse dialogue was great fun today! Our immersive reading area and desks became caves and groups sat around a campfire to mimic our model text.​

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Y5 Planet Mnemonics! 🌍

Today Y5 created their own mnemonic to help remember the order of the planets in our solar system. We did a great job and being creative (and a little silly!) […]

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Asthma: First aid advice from Y4B πŸ₯

We talked about how asthma can affect the lives of sufferers and how we can make simple adaptations to help and support someone with the condition. We also created our own version of the First Aid advice for dealing with an asthma attack.

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Guided reading with a poetry focus in Y4B πŸ“–

Our class immersive text has a poetry epigraph, which we have enjoyed exploring this week πŸ“–

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Y6B collaborative character description

Y6B have got stuck into our new core text with a fantastic shared write. We discussed ambitious vocabularly, varied sentence structures and ways to build cohesion across paragraphs to create […]

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Padlet in Literacy

In 6J we have been using inference to think about how a character may appear. We worked collaboratively on padlet to share our ideas of ambitious vocabulary on the same […]

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Y5C Blackout Poetry – The Lost Words

Y5C have been enjoying their transition picture book, The Lost Words. Our book is a collection of all the words that have been taken out of the children’s dictionary. Today, […]

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Drama in Y6G

In our literacy lesson today, we acted out different sections from our class text – Wonder – to explore August’s feelings throughout his first day of school. This will help […]

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Learning about the body in Y3L πŸ§ πŸ«πŸ«€

This week, we have been linking our learning in Science and French, where we have been learning about the body and it’s functions.

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Y5 – Double double toil and trouble! πŸ§™πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ§™πŸ»β€β™€οΈπŸ§™πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

Y5 have been working really hard on writing their own Macbeth playscripts in the style of William Shakespeare. Here are some of the finished pieces of learning!

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Y6 at Goodnight Mister Tom

What an amazing show! To support our class read, ‘Goodnight Mister Tom’, Y6 enjoyed a night at the theatre to watch an stage adaptation. A wonderful experience for our children […]

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What should Macbeth do?

Y5 have been exploring the character of Macbeth. They became his conscience and explored the reasons why he should or should not go through with his plan to kill Banquo […]

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Y6 Poetry Celebration at Rotherham Civic Theatre

We were blown away by the enthusiasm, confidence and creativity from all our poets at today’s poetry celebration at Rotherham Civic Theatre. They have all worked incredibly hard and it […]

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World Book Day: Michael Rosen Live

We were very lucky to have the opportunity to join Michael Rosen’s live World Book Day event yesterday. It was wonderful to listen to him performing some of his poems, […]

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Happy readers!

Big smiles all round as some pupils choose themselves a new book from our reading chest for all their hard work. They can’t wait to get reading them!

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