Calla had produced an amazing touch down task, using her rubric. She has written one of her best pieces of writing so far this year and all her hard work and determination will get her the step she deserves, it is a piece she should be proud of. Well done Calla, keep up the good work!
Well done Kian – keep up the hard work!
The nursery children have had a fantastic time being mini-beast explorers this week. The children’s interest, exploration and level of conversation was exciting to see and hear. The children spoke not only about what they had found but the differences in mini-beasts, where they like to live and how we can care for them further. Well done F1!
“Spiders make webs but flies don’t.The ant is brown and worm has black on it.” Rhylee
“This worm is the longest!” Rosie
“Woodlice live in the woods. It feels dirty. A worm is warm and long but the woodlouse is smaller and black,It’s got lots of legs too.” Oliver R
Lucas has tried so hard with his writing, producing a very persuasive advert about his new chocolate product. He used our imitate and innovate texts, together with our television adverts, to make his writing so amazing. Well done Lucas!