The Very Hungry Caterpillar


Nursery have been learning to retell the classic story ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’.

They have been using a story map and actions so that they know the story really well. Amazingly, they also have some real life caterpillars too. The children are going to watch them grow.

What do caterpillars turn into?

 

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National Young Writers’ Award


Recently, Year 2 took part in the National Young Writers’ Award competition.

They worked with Explore Learning and had lots of fun workshops to generate ideas for their story writing.

On Tuesday, every child in Year 2 was presented with a certificate for taking part.

Well done Year 2!

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KS2 Reading Diary Winner


Next year, our reading diaries will have an illustration designed by one of our children.

Children in Key Stage 2 have had the opportunity to submit their own design and Miss Rai has chosen a winner.

It was a very difficult decision as all of the entries were fantastic but the winner is…

Ali S from Year 5.

Congratulations Ali, your picture is fantastic!

The Winner

 

 

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Phonics


Phonics Meeting for parents 24/5/18

 

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Dear Zoo Continued


It’s Imitation Week down in Nursery so the children have been learning to retell Dear Zoo.

To help them remember the story, they have created their own story maps. How fantastic!

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Dear Zoo in Nursery


This term, Nursery are learning the classic story ‘Dear Zoo’.

If you are enjoying the story, and want to take part in more activities, then click here.

Look at the wonderful story map Nursery are using to learn to retell the story…

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Riddles in Reception


Reception have been learning all about riddle poetry.

First, the children had to guess what a riddle called ‘What am I?’ was about. They discovered, by thinking carefully about the descriptive language, that the riddle was about chicks.

After that, the children talked about the rules for writing their own ‘What am I?’ riddles by looking at the example. Here are some of the riddles the children wrote.

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