Class 15 are becoming experts at critiquing their work…
Well done Ava!
Ava’s amazing design has been selected as a winner from lots of entries from all over Doncaster, in the Doncaster Book Award ‘Design-a-Dragon’ Competition. Ava put lots of effort into her Dragoon design at book club and at home and her design has been chosen as a winner by the Book Award Committee! Ava has now been invited to a ceramic arts day with a professional artist during half term, where she will be able to bring her design to life and make her dragon design out of clay!
Congratulations Ava – I’m sure you’re going to have an amazing time!
The children in class 8 planned and wrote their own stories last week, taking their inspiration from our class texts ‘Beegu’ and ‘The way back home’. These children shared their work with Mr Butler as they showed a Motivated Moe learning attitude to their work. I have enjoyed reading all your stories this weekend.
Dante and Dexter worked so hard to use their phonics to write sentences with the ‘oa’ digraph. They remembered to include capital letters, finger spaces and full stops. Well done boys! Excellent phonics work!
Mrs Hay 🙂
Oliver has been litter picking this week to tidy up our town using his Grandad’s litter picker. Oliver then created some beautiful posters to advertise keeping Thorne clean and tidy. Well done Oliver! I’m so proud of you!
Mrs Hay 🙂
The children in my class have absolutely blown me away today with their reasoning and problem solving skills in maths where we were looking at adding and subtracting fractions.
In particular, Jayden, Alex, Callum and Kane have really impressed me as they worked collaboratively to find the answers to some really difficult fractions problems. Amazing!
After reading June Crebbin’s ‘Train Ride’ Sofia, Jersey, Niah and Elliott continued their learning by choosing to create a large story map as a group. The children created drawings linking to what could be seen out of the train window. Wonderful imitate work for Talk for Writing!
I have been extremely impressed with Laiton’s determination to improve in writing. He worked very hard to make sure he included the features on the Y6 rubric. I’m am very proud of Laiton’s efforts; I certainly think his hard work has paid off!
Rhianna and Emmie have produced two amazing pieces of English writing this week, I’m so proud of these two Year 5 girls.
Today we focused on innovating a section from Harry Potter and the Philosopher’s Stone. Ammari did some wonderful writing by changing the perspective of the story from Harry to Dudley. He was so proud he has shown everyone his work including Mrs Graves and Mr Butler. Super work Ammari.