What a wonderful start to Friday, seeing Nathan-Lee and his amazing rainbow colouring, well done.
Today the Year 6 children completed a tricky 2do involving creating a comic strip of their favourite scene from a book of their choice! They had to insert speech bubbles, images and some children even drew some of the characters! They did a fantastic job – very well done!
It has been a pleasure reading your descriptions of Lizard Street today Year 4. Thank you for using the senses to help you with your writing.
We are already looking forward to marking your Purple Mash tasks tomorrow and replying to your messages. Remember to keep reading and practising your times tables as well.
Mrs Bullock & Mrs Frost
Today, Year Three have been thinking about how to build houses in Egypt. I was very impressed with everyone’s writing but I wanted to share this one by Archie who has remembered that the Nile floods every year. I was also very impressed that Archie remembered Egyptian houses can have flat roofs due to having little rainfall in Egypt. A massive thank you to the tremendous effort that has gone into these pieces of writing!
This week, Year Three were writing about the different ways that seeds can be dispersed. This is Logan’s piece of writing. I was really impressed that he remembered how some seeds are like parachutes and land on the ground. A big thank you again to all the Year Three pupils who are putting such a lot of effort in to every piece of work.
It’s not very often that Year 2 would be willing to help out the Big Bad Wolf but today they’re doing a fantastic job of telling him the time. Look at our amazing scores on Purple Mash! Great work Year 2.
You have been working very hard on your maths and phonics Darci-Jade, what a super star!
Ruhi has completed some extra work today by recreating the front cover of Kensuke’s Kingdom – an adaptation of Hokusai’s ‘The Wave’.
Very impressive Ruhi – you’ve even drawn Michael on the yacht!
A big well done to Ayda who practised her prefix ‘un’ Purple Mash activity lots of times to try and beat her best score. She managed to complete the activity in six seconds! Ayda has also written her own words using the prefix ‘un’ before applying them in a sentence. Super work Ayda!
Well done to Nathan-Lee for all his hard work this morning. He began with addition, checking and self correcting his answers as he went along, then moved on to spelling with look, write, cover.
Finally reading Ron Rabbit’s Big Day on OxfordOWL. Fantastic Nathan-Lee we’re very proud of you, keep up the great work.