You’re never too old…

…to enjoy a story! Years 5 and 6 have now finished their first class novel, ‘Letters From the Lighthouse’ by Emma Carroll. This story was set in WW2 and helped the children to further develop their understanding of evacuation, code breaking and what life was like during this period of history. One child even said […]

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Storytelling in Year 3

We have used the brilliant book, The Mysteries of Harris Burdick to write engaging story openers. We chose the story The Seven Chairs and wrote the beginning of a story which would intrigue our readers and make them want to read on. We then snuggled down on beanbags, shared our writing and gave each other […]

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Library update!

Our librarians have been hard at work and would like to provide you all with a little update! The library is now open for children to take books out every Monday, Wednesday and Friday lunchtime. Please remember to sign your books out and in and always ask for help from the librarians or an adult. […]

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National poetry day

Yesterday was national poetry day and we celebrated with a special assembly that included a range of poetry read and performed by pupils and teachers. Mr Demeger performed a classic! Miss Higgitt read a poem written by a boy with Asperger syndrome and some children from Y4 read poems they wrote in the same style.

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Anansi the Spider

This morning Year 1 & 2 visited the Unicorn theatre to see a fantastic production of Anansi the Spider. The children loved the show and we are all looking forward to learning more about the stories in class. A big thank you to the parents who came along too.

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Awesome librarians

We are fortunate to have a dedicated team of librarians from Y5 this year. They have been fully trained by Mrs McGregor, our reading leader and they have already been busy covering, stamping and sorting books and generally keeping the library in good order.

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