Today in Y6, we read ‘The boy, the mole, the fox and the horse’ and discussed the P4C question, ‘Why is kindness important?’ We used talk partners well to share […]
Today, Y5 returned from their Remote Learning and threw themselves into their Immersive Reading Text, The Jamie Drake Equation. In a part of the story, Jamie’s teacher, Mrs Solomon, asks […]
As part of our literacy learning, we have developed our oracy skills by creating a formal evacuation broadcast in the style of WW2. We have explored how to use formal […]
Today, Y5 started their live guided reading sessions. It was great to see so many smiling faces!
Our first live guided reading session was a success despite a few technical difficulties at the beginning. It was fabulous to see you all and continue your guided reading as […]
Today we set the Y6 children a challenge of recording themselves to read for 2 mins thinking about expression, confidence and attention to punctuation. Here is our first submission from […]
Today, we had some very deep and thoughtful discussions based on the book ‘The Huge Bag of Worries.’ We came up with the question, ‘Why didn’t she get rid of […]
In our literacy lesson today, we acted out the opening scene from Goodnight Mr Tom with William, Mr Tom and the billeting officer. We read the text carefully to understand […]
Year 5 loved writing their own poems about Space last week. Some of the children have built up their confidence and fluency in reading aloud and wanted to share their […]
In year 3 we have been missing listening to the children read so we asked them to send us a video. Some wonderful reading happening at home.
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!
Today Y4 have dressed up as their favourite book characters. Some fantastic costumes from all children.
This morning we have had a living steel workshop provided by our local local library service. We generated poetry outcomes from this. Thank you.
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 […]
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! 📚
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?’