Year 2 and Year 5 enjoyed sharing books together, taking it in turns to read to one another.
Year 5 really enjoyed World Book Day activities. Everyone made a big effort and looked amazing in their costumes. Check out our BFG dream jars. We really enjoyed sharing a book with Y2 children. Well done Year 5 - an amazing day!
All the children looked wonderful in their World Book Day costumes. They followed instructions to make gingerbread men. Tomorrow they will decorate them then they will write the instructions.
Nursery celebrated World Book Day by dressing as their favourite book character. What super outfits!
Year One had a great time dressing up today for World Book Day. We shared our favourite books with our friends and designed a new front cover for our book Man on the Moon.
Y6 have enjoyed World Book Day. We had a wonderful collection of characters today including: Anne of Green Gables, Gangsta Granny, Willy Wonka and Dennis the Menace! Super efforts all round.
There were some interesting characters in Year 2 today looking at an image and using it to make predictions and write noun phrases. Can you recognise anyone?
We are having a wonderful time celebrating World Book Day in Year 3! We have enjoyed listening to everyone talking about their favourite authors and explaining who they are dressed up as today. Miss Root from The Demon Dentist is absolutely thrilled to be in class today instead of Mrs Robson and…
Year 4 enjoyed playing a spelling game to practise spelling words that have the ‘s’ sound but are spelt with an ‘sc’. They took it in turns to choose one of the spelling words, write it on a whiteboard then rolled the die. If they could complete the ‘roll a word task’ with the word they had…
Year 2 have been learning how to write a biography. This morning they listened to Baroque music from the 1600s as they independently wrote a biography about Samuel Pepys.
Year 4 have been writing Haiku’s about Volcanoes. They learnt that a Haiku is a form of Japanese poetry that uses very few words but tries to draw a picture in the mind. It has 3 lines, rarely rhymes and follows a pattern of 5 syllables in the first line, 7 in the second and 5 in the third. They…
Well done to all the Reception children who earned a stripe on their reading rainbow by reading five times or more at home this week. Keep up the good work and let’s see who can fill their rainbow with stripes to win a prize at the end of term.