Epic Achievements in Year 6

We’re really impressed with the effort Year 6 have shown with their reading this week, using the new Epic reading app. All together, the Year 6 children have read 495 different books for a total of 9101 minutes – an outstanding achievement. We always love to hear about what the children are reading at home and can’t wait to see what books they choose next week. Keep up the good work, Year 6!

Who’s that trip trapping over my bridge?

The children in Reception received a special letter from the Three Billy Goats Gruff this morning asking for help. They needed a strong and sturdy bridge so they could cross over to the juicy grass without getting eaten by the troll! Reception were up to the challenge and have built the most amazing bridges for the goats as you can see in the video. Fantastic work once again everybody!

Year 2 Epic Readers

Well done to all of the children in Year 2 who have been reading lots and lots this week.

Your Readerpillars are quickly gaining new body badges thanks to your amazing efforts!

Both classes are on their way to achieving their 150 badge.

Can they do it by Monday? We hope so!

Year 5 Home Learning

Year 5 you are amazing! Thank you for working so hard at home. We are extremely impressed with all of the work coming in: diary extracts, fractions, adverbs, daily exercise, acts of kindness, river work and much, much more!

Watch the video below to see a small sample of the amazing work we have had the pleasure of marking. Keep working hard Year 5.

Reception Make Baskets

After reading the traditional story ‘Little Red Riding Hood’, the children in Reception made a basket for Little Red Riding Hood to carry Grandma’s food. The baskets had to be strong and as you can see from the video they have done a fantastic job. The teachers are so proud of all the children for the amazing work they are doing at home.

Year One Super Scientists

In Year One, we have been comparing animals. To do this, we have looked at things about the animals that are similar and things that are different. We then used some of the features that we noticed to sort our animals into groups. There were so many fabulous pieces of work so I chose just a few to share! Thank you for working so hard at home Year One!