We are having a huge push on presentation and handwriting at the moment in class 7 and these three children in particular have improved so much already!!! I can’t believe the difference in under one half term!
Keep it up!
Mrs Shaw x
The Year 3 and Year 4 children have been busy this half term creating some beautiful poppy canvases for the ‘Thorne Remembers’ gallery at St Nicolas’ Church that will be on display from 9th – 11th November. Why not pop down and take a look!
Wow! Children in class 7 have worked so hard to show the best learning behaviours and independent learning during our literacy labs this week. The reading groups that have worked with me to read and follow instructions have made some great puppets.
The rest of the class have created their own drawings of a dragon and written words to describe their own dragon. One group used our play dough and straws to create dragons that had long necks with spikes down their backs and could stand on its feet solidly.
I am super impressed with all of your creative ideas!! Well done!
Harrison, what a fantastic shield and sword you have made!!! Everyone is so impressed! Don’t forget to put your house points on
A huge thank you to Sarah for visiting Class 12 today. The children had a great time learning about how to stay safe as a pedestrian.
We looked very carefully at how to get the most out of peer critique and class 9 didn’t disappoint. Even though it was their first time using the year 3 rubric they gave it their best! I am looking forward to catching some more of their discussions as time goes on. Well done class 9 I’m very impressed!
Click here to watch and listen to our Year 5 children explain critique in English lessons. IMG_7533