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Borrow a Book!

Article 28: You have the right to an education. Key Stage 2's library sessions are up and running and as you can see they are very popular. They run every lunchtime from 12.30 - 1 p.m. If you have not been along yet to borrow a book why not pop in next week. Monday –...

Searching for signs of Autumn…

Year 2 have been outside looking for signs that Autumn is here. We were amazed by what we found! We stumbled across conkers, fir cones and piles of leaves. The children thought of lots of adjectives to describe our findings such as, shiny, smooth, crimson, crunchy,...

Book Buddies Begin

KS1 book buddy lunchtime library sessions started this week. Year 6 pupils run the lunchtime library sessions for each of the KS1 classes (Monday - Nightingales, Tuesday - Robins, Wednesday - Owls). The children can come along choose a book, sit and read quietly with...

Easy as abc…

A short video of the powerpoint presentation explaining phonics, reading & writing for Reception class parents. Windy Nook - Early years parent's reading & phonics meeting for webite from Catherine Ramanandi on...

Owl Babies

In our English lessons we have been reading the text Owl Babies. The children then sequenced the story using pictures then used a story mountain to sequence the story by reading the text. Article 1: Everyone, under 18, has the rights of the UN Convention Article 2:...

Owls understanding Enriched Vocabulary

Owls were introduced to some enriched vocabulary words in English. These were brave, ivy, swooped, fuss, trunk. They worked in groups and with partners to match the correct meaning to the enriched vocabulary word. Article 1: Everyone, under 18, has the rights of the...

Borrow a Book

The KS2 library has been re-organised so that the children can come into school during their lunchtime break to read and borrow a book. There are a huge range of authors and subjects to choose from so why not pop along on your allocated day to take a sneak peak. KS2...

Performing Poetry in Year 2

In English today the children have been writing their own poems based on Roger McGough's poem 'The Sound Collector'. They used interesting adjectives to show the noises they hear in their homes in the morning. then they performed their poem to other children in the...

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