This week in English we have had a big reveal. The boys and girls were keen to find out what their new class story is. They began by discussing the clue – a necklace. They predicted that the shapes were bones and teeth. They then got creative and had a go at making their own necklace before reveal


This term in English lessons, Year Six have been studying Skellig by David Almond.  In the first  lesson, the children enjoyed looking at different covers of the book to predict what would happen. Then, after reading the first few chapters, they learned that the main character, Michael, found a st


This week, Year Two started to read their new book in English – ‘Into the Woods’ written by Anthony Browne. For their first lesson, the children focused on the front cover. They discussed what they could see and thought about where the boy might be going.  The boys and girls had some fantastic idea


This Week Year One had an exciting new delivery of a pirate treasure chest filled with amazing new books.  These books will be sent home weekly and are intended to be read by an adult to your child.   The treasure chest includes a wide variety of books including stories about animals, fables and


Today we have launched our new book for the half term – When The Mountains Roared by Jess Butterworth.  It is a brilliant adventure story that brings together some of our geography – about mountains and adventures, along with some of our other subjects about the Hindu faith and India.  We will rea


We had a themed week of the ‘Gingerbread Man’ this week! The children enjoyed listening to different variations of the story and retelling it using props and masks around the classroom. They worked hard to use key words from the story throughout their acting. On Wednesday Reception filled the sc


Over the last couple of weeks, the children in Year 6 have been studying an animation titled ‘The Piano.’ This film has no words and is a series of flashbacks in the pianist’s life – seen whilst he plays a mournful tune. The children have tried to imagine themselves in the role of the old man playin


The children in KS2 have been working like little elves (maybe to impress Santa and get on the right list?) on their reading over the last fortnight. They are now becoming more familiar with Accelerated Reader and Reading Plus and you can see that many of the children are using these programs regula