Friday, 15 November 2019

Blogger Of The Week - Srinika

Congratulations to Srinika, who has been awarded with Book Blogger of the week for her fantastic review of Julia Donaldson's, 'The Snail and the Whale'. 

Friday, 8 November 2019

Book Blogger Of The Week - Frankie

Well done to Frankie for be awarded with the title of Book Blogger of the Week! He successfully navigated his way around the book blogging site to complete activities based on the story of Green Eggs and Ham. 

Friday, 1 November 2019

Book Blogger Of The Week - Layla-Rose

Well done to Layla-Rose for achieving 100% in her comprehension quiz based on Anthony Browne's story 'Gorilla'.

Friday, 18 October 2019

Book Blogger Of The Week - Tavia

Fantastic work Tavia, you are this week's Blogger of the Week for you brilliant review of The Huge Bag of Worries.

Don't forget, you can access My Book Blog at home. Simple visit
and follow the steps to complete your pass-code (found in your reading record).
There are hundreds of books to review. Once logged in, why not take a look at the book list and visit your local library to borrow, read and review a book?!

Hot Chocolates At Breakfast Club!

This morning, pupils in Breakfast Club started the day well with some tasty Hot Chocolates!

Year 6 Spinebreakers Visit Waterstones

Our year 6 Spinebreakers visited Waterstones to pick up some new books for the library.

Ronnie picked the latest book from the Tom Gates series; and David Walliams' The World's Worst Teachers! 

Deborah went for Alesha Dixon's latest story from the Lightning Girl collection. Her second choice was Beyond Platform 13.

David Walliams proved to be a popular choice with Aaliyah, she picked Demon Dentist and Awful Auntie.

Nathan wants to find out more about The World of Norm. He also liked to sound of My Brother is a Superhero.

All books will be available to borrow when we return after the break.

Wednesday, 16 October 2019

101 Dalmatians Project - Year 3

On Monday, the last group of year 3 pupils took part in the 101 Dalmatian Creative Project. Take a look at what they got up to...

They will begin a set of new activities when we return to school after the October break. Activities will all link to the era in which the film was produced and will include, comparing the style of houses, furniture and clothing; looking at the types of vehicles used; and finding out what kept children entertained.