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Summer Holidays here we come!We can't believe how quickly this year has flown by! We're now in our final and busiest half term. Sports days, productions, reports and so much more!
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Category Archives: Literacy
During Book Week we held our annual ‘Books at Bedtime’ event. This is always our most popular event of the year toRead the Rest »
Moonstones have been story making using the story of The Willow Pattern and what a super job they did We told theRead the Rest »
Quartz class love hearing new stories, so to start the week off we went into our Book Forest and Miss Leavers readRead the Rest »
Moonstones have been reading and learning about The Gruffalo and have loved it. They went on a Gruffalo hunt to the deep dark woodRead the Rest »
As part of Y5s Imaginary world topic, Onyx class visited Opals last Friday to tell them our stories so far. We haveRead the Rest »
On the afternoon of Wednesday 11th July we held our annual Speech Cup Competition. The children in Years 1-6 had been givenRead the Rest »
This half term our learning has been focused around the topic of ‘Creepy Creatures’. The children have particularly enjoyed reading Eric CarleRead the Rest »
As part of our Literacy work, we have been imagining we are the judge of a Foodie Magazine Restaurant Competition. We hadRead the Rest »
On Wednesday Year Two started their new topic on Toys, with a Teddy Bears’ Picnic. Despite the bad weather every child managedRead the Rest »
Amethyst and Opals class have been making Balloon powered cars as part of their Literacy topic. First they sorted out their instructionsRead the Rest »
On Wednesday 7th March, Ruby class invited the whole school and their parents to their class assembly to share the work theyRead the Rest »