Writing

The Storm Whale

The Storm Whale

The children have been working on retelling the story ‘The Storm Whale’ written by Benji Davies. They began by creating a story map following the adventures of a boy called Noi. The children then spent two sessions writing their stories. The results were fantastic!

Growing plants

Growing plants

Year 2 children have produced some wonderful work in science and have been focusing on the needs of a plant. We looked at temperature, light and water. Children focused on a glossary of new words to add and enhance their scientific writing. This included: nutrients, temperature, energy, survive. Children were asked to produce a piece… Continue Reading

The story of Levi – Year One

The story of Levi – Year One

Year One have started their next R.E. topic ‘Being Sorry’. Today the children learnt about a person form the Bible called Levi. The children listened to the story form the St Luke and then discussed it. They all agreed that Levi made the right choice to follow Jesus’ way. The children then wrote a postcard… Continue Reading

Pobble Launch Day- My Life as a Window

Pobble Launch Day- My Life as a Window

Reception enjoyed imagining what they would be able to see if they were a window. They thought of their own place for their window to be and talked about their ideas in groups. They drew their window and showed what they could see before writing down their sentences. Reception used some fantastic adjectives and had… Continue Reading

Year 2 – Creative Writing – The Amazing Pebble Story

Year 2 – Creative Writing – The Amazing Pebble Story

In literacy today, Year 2 were busy writing their Amazing Pebble Story. The children put lots of work into their plans and focused on characters, descriptions, settings, a problem and a solution. The theme was pirates! Children focused on a magical pebble that magically transported their character to a period when pirates ruled the seas!… Continue Reading

World Book Day 2019

World Book Day 2019

The school celebrated World Book Day this year with a bit of a difference. Instead of the traditional dress up as a book character we held a ‘vocabulary parade’ where the children could choose a word and dress up as a clue to that piece of vocabulary. After a whole school assembly, the children took part in various… Continue Reading