Year 4 enjoyed their visit to the library this morning. They were very mature, with excellent behaviour. They also took the time to complete the Library comments slip to leave feedback.
After reading a paragraph from Viking Boy describing the ‘God Temple’, Y5 drew a pencil sketch showing their interpretation of the description.
Year 6 spent a morning at the library on Friday. They chose some lovely books to book out and enjoy reading at home and also enjoyed listening to a chapter of their current class novel: Street Child.
Y5 enjoyed choosing and reading new books today at Egremont Library.
Year 2 visited Egremont Library this morning. We all agreed that there are so many fabulous books in the library that it can be very difficult to choose which one to take home which means we will just have to return during the holidays to choose another back.
Year 2 enjoyed looking through their big red writing books to look at their writing journey so far through school. They were all interested, amazed and proud at how much progress they have made.
Y6 enjoyed a peaceful, afternoon at the library today. Despite almost being ready to leave us for Secondary school, it proved that you’re never too old to enjoy listening to a good story!
Year 2 have been learning how to write instructions. They have also been reading ‘Mama Panya’s Pancakes’ so today we used our instructions to help us make our own pancakes.
Congratulations to this half term’s reading stripe winners who have read at least five times a week for the last eight weeks! Everyone else who had earned some reading stripes over the last eight weeks got a sweet as a reward. Let’s see if everyone can earn more reading stripes over the next half…
Reception visited the ‘Time To Get Up’ exhibition at The Beacon today. Alan told us the story ‘The Smartest Giant’ then we explored all the activities in the exhibition. We had great fun dressing up, role playing, problem solving, drawing, writing and playing musical…
The rainbow reading rewards has started again for the new term. These children have read at least five times in one week or both weeks of the holiday from school. What a great start! I wonder who will be the winners this half term?
This week was the final week for children to earn a reading stripe this half term. There were two overall winners for this half term who had earned all seven reading stripes. They won an Easter egg each. All the other children who had earned stripes this half term won a small Easter treat.