Thank you to all of those children who entered the Children in Need competition. There were some fantastic designs but our school council have managed to choose one winning entry from each phase. Well done to the winners, prizes will be sent out to you shortly.
Look at the fun year 3 are having!! It was so nice to receive these photos and its lovely to see you all enjoying sports week and some lovely sunshine! Glad you’re having fun – missing you loads year 3!
The winning tickets for the Year 6 raffle have been drawn. There are 14 prizes in total so make sure that you check your ticket as there is a great chance of winning. Thank you to all local and small businesses who have donated a wonderful prize, as well as all of those who bought raffle tickets. Whilst not everyone will be able to win a prize, your kindness and generosity has gone a long way towards providing leavers hoodies and a few nice treats for our Year 6’s in the final week. Thank you!
Mystery Bag 1 – Orange 927 – Amelia C (Class 17)
Mystery Bag 2 – Orange 715 – Alan S (Class 18)
Zed Candy Sweet Hamper – Blue 92 – Keira F (Class 18)
Here are the list of raffle prizes that have been kindly donated so far from businesses and individuals within the local community. Any further donations, no matter how big or small, would be hugely appreciated. If there are any further donations, please could they be brought into school by Wednesday 30th June. The final deadline to purchase tickets (£1 per strip) will be Friday 2nd July, with all proceeds going towards Year 6 hoodies and celebrations. Anyone is welcome to buy tickets, just send money into school in a labelled envelope and class teachers will ensure it makes its way to the right place. Thank you for your generosity, all of those who have donated – check out the business pages below.
Class 11 never fail to amaze me and today is no different. They have work so hard and we’ll in collaborative pairs and groups today to complete their work. I am particularly impressed with their engagement and determination in English today. They were introduces to the full stories of our experts and worked together in a reading comprehension and a planning sheet ready to start their biography writing tomorrow. Well done guys I’m so impressed and looking forward to reading your drafts tomorrow.
In crew Pearson we all had a long hard think about all the reading we actually do on a daily basis and that not all reading is in books. It is infact everywhere!
The children all had a good think about all the reading they do, lots said a wide variety of books but lots of other reading came out too! Check out our river and how cute the children have illustrated their little pictures to match their reading ideas! Well done guys!
Today, the children worked hard in pairs to find answers to questions by retrieving information from text placed around the room. The children were in total control of their own learning as not only were they practicing their reading skills they were also learning and teaching each other about the life of Anne Frank! I was so impressed with all this amazing learning this afternoon that they even then were able to list important events of her life in the correct order, all without my help.
Today the children were learning about angles in turns. Starting with left turn, right turn and moving on to 90° clockwise turn, half a turn anticlockwise etc. Ask your children at home to try some directions out on you!