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Category Archives: English

Year 3’s Wall of Fame wc 11.01.21

Year 3 have been producing some superb work this week from home! We have been looking at telling the time in maths, different word families in literacy, practising our 2s, 5s, 10s, 3s and 4s times tables and produced some imaginative writing about snowy and icy weather.Well done, Year 3! Click on the link below… Continue Reading

Phonic Sounds

  To help with phonics at home, some of our talented children have made some phonics videos to show you the sounds we cover in our phonic work. We will show you what they look like and what they sound like as well as actions to help you remember them! Phase 2 Phase 3 Phase… Continue Reading

Remembrance 2020 in Year 3

Today Year 3 displayed excellent behaviour and respect during our Remembrance Service lead by Mrs Maxwell with music from Miss McDonnell. We also enjoyed making our own poppies this week which we decorated using oil pastels. They will be part of a whole school display! Miss O’Hare brought in a special painting of her great… Continue Reading

Poetry and Fireworks!

Year 2 have enjoyed working on a Literacy unit this week about poetry. We based a lot of our work around describing fireworks. We have been learning all about the power of using adjectives to describe nouns in the genre of Poetry, We wrote some fabulous poems about fireworks. We also learnt all about Acrostic… Continue Reading

Whizz, Crash and Bang in Year 3!

Today we looked at comic strips to learn about how onomatopoeia can be used to bring a piece of writing to life. We then acted out our own scenarios using onomatopoeia speech and effects bubbles – like we were living in our own cartoon or comic strip! Onomatopoeia are words that are also sounds eg.… Continue Reading

Who was Winston Churchill?

As part of our WW2 topic, Year 6 have been researching the life of Winston Churchill. Winston Churchill was one of the most influential leaders of all time. He was the prime minister of Britain during World War II and was also involved in the government during World War I. Churchill was a leader, a… Continue Reading