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Monthly Archives: April 2018
Well done to Jayden, our writer of the week! Jayden used some fantastic language in his retelling of Alice in Wonderland. We’re also very impressed with how hard Jayden is trying with his handwriting. Keep it up! 🙂
KS1 had a special visitor in assembly this morning. Children’s author Amanda Ware shared her books with us: “Can you put your shoes on please” and “Can you get in the care please?” The children loved hearing the stories and … Continue reading
Well done Alfie-Richard. You wrote a magical version of Alice in Wonderland.
Earlier this week, the whole school were treated to a performance of ‘Alice in Wonderland’ by a theatre group who visited school. The children absolutely loved it and were mesmerised! Our own Benjamin even got up to help Alice find … Continue reading
Y1 Green loved learning about how to keep our bodies healthy by eating fruits and vegetables and exercising. As part of our DT learning, we created fruit kebabs by cutting up our own fruit and threading the pieces onto kebab … Continue reading
We had a lovely morning talking about how we keep ourselves healthy! We learnt about food hygiene and keeping ourselves safe when using knives. We then made delicious fruit kebabs! Yummy!
Thank you to all the parents who came along to the phonics meeting this afternoon. Here are the links to the two websites that were mentioned. Teach your monster to read www.teachyourmonstertoread.com Phonics Play www.phonicsplay.co.uk
WOW!!!!!!! Y1 Green are smashing the times on their new game! Over the weekend, the children in Y1 Green have been playing on Teach Your Monster to Read for….. 16 HOURS and 27 MINUTES! Fantastic!!! We are so impressed with … Continue reading
Well done to Mason, our writer of the week this week! Mason has worked so hard to improve his writing and we are very impressed with how much progress he has made. Keep it up superstar! 🙂
Lola has been working hard to achieve writer of the week. She wrote an amazing version of Handa’s Surprise using different conjunctions and adjectives. Well done Lola.