How quickly time passes. We’ve now been back for a month, and I am delighted to see how the class have rebonded and shown a real sense of caring for and valuing each other’s contributions to school life. Year 5 showed a very mature attitude towards their Playleaders training, and this is mirrored in the … More This Week
I have sent the Year 5 children an email with their new login details. Let’s hope they work!
Good luck to the Year 5 children, who are undertaking training tomorrow at Newick School. Mrs Bubb will meet you at the school and stay with the children for the morning. The children will need to wear their PE kit – please try to remind them to bring in their uniform for later in the … More Playleaders
We’ve been doing some work on our class novel, which is set in Victorian London. The children have been drawing scenes from the book, and then using the text to annotate their work. This helps them to find relevant information within the text. Today, the thespians were at work – freeze framing key events from … More Street Child Drama
We’ve had a very busy week and the children have achieved a huge amount. I have been particularly impressed with the English work they have produced – they are really thinking about how to structure their sentences and paragraphs. They have all got English targets and I hope they will try to practise them in … More A Final Word
In Maths, we have done Negative Numbers and Roman numerals. Our rhyme to remember the order of them is- I VISUALISE EXTREMELY LUCKY COWS DRINKING MILK. In our English lessons, we have been writing letters of application towards becoming a servant at Preston Manor. As homework, Mrs GJ asked us to write a job advert. … More This Week’s Learning
I hope you enjoy looking at our hard work today. Well done to you all. A big thank you to Mrs Quick and Mrs Campbell – they carried out their role as , ‘companions’ in an exemplary manner. The children have come up with some brilliant ideas for how we will develop our learning further. … More Life Downstairs