Today, Class 4 joined Class 1 to share their love of reading. The older children really enjoyed the responsibility of sharing with the younger class. Hopefully we can do this again.
To end our topic we have completed our Tudor houses. We hope you have a safe and happy holiday.
I’d like to start by saying thank you to everyone who has donated a range of different texts to our library. The comics especially have been a big hit so far! I am currently looking at the next stages in improving our library space. Not only is it one of the first areas visible within… Read more »
As we near the end of our topic. It is time to find out what we now know about Shakespeare. We have really enjoyed this topic and have discovered some budding poets and actors! Thank you again for helping the children with their homework. We have been inundated with some great creative pieces.
Please can you ensure your child does not wear their Fitbit to school. These can be very distracting and we do not want them left in lockers, in case they become lost. This also applies to any other electronic devices. Many thanks for your cooperation. As always, any concerns please speak to Mr Hopegood.
I’m writing to ask if anyone is willing to donate any of the following to our school library: Children’s magazines Instruction books Cookery books Travel brochures Menus Comics Graphic novels Children’s newspapers Manuals Play-scripts Catalogues I am trying to expand the breadth of text types our children are reading and want to make a wider… Read more »
Following yesterday afternoons RE lesson. This morning we thought about what we now know about Judaism. This led onto another great discussion.
In groups we chose our favourite scenes from the play to perform to the rest of the class. We thought a lot about stage directions and characterisation.
Today in SPaG we looked at how we structure our sentences. Thinking about what we always need to make sure our sentences make sense.
This afternoon we spent some time looking at different spelling strategies.