You are never too young to enjoy a good book, so with this in mind, and as it’s ‘Libraries Week’ the youngest members of our school visited our school library for the first time today. Mrs Adie’s Nursery class chose books to look at and share with their friends, and then they all listened to the story, “Supertato”. It was really exciting to venture into “big school” and we hope to do so again very soon! Why not take a trip to your local library with your child this weekend?
Watch this space for examples of the children’s work over the coming weeks.
Look at the Padlets that we created together:
Some children from Year 3 had the opportunity to visit Hotel Football in Manchester and work on their writing. We are very proud of what they achieved. The link to their work is here:
We have been reading the Iron Man by Ted Hughes. On World Book Day we wrote narrative poems. We used the DADWAVERS app to structure our sentences. We are very proud of our finished work and would like you to read it.
The model sentences are broken down into 8 sections:
-Estimation of time
-Simile or Metaphors
DADWAVERS – helps us remember these.
Year 5 have worked so hard during assessment week so we have ended the week with our own mannequin challenge.