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  • Traditional Tales Freeze Frames In English, sets 2, 3 and 4 are looking at traditional tales. We are working towards re-telling a traditional tale from a main character's point of view. In Set 3, we have been reading "The Three Little Pigs" and are starting to think about how different characters are acting at different parts of the story and why they may be doing that.Yesterday, in small groups we were given a short section of the story. We had to come up with a "Freeze Frame" which would show the other members of our class which part of the story we were given. We had to think about how we could show where we were, what we were doing, who ...
    Posted 22 Apr 2016, 03:46 by Mrs Stewart
  • Set 1 Mathletics Homework! This week, our children have been in Mathletics training! This afternoon, the children in Set 1 will bring home a letter to explain what they have been doing and what they have to do for their homework. Each week, the children will have a number of tasks to complete. All they need to do is to try their best! Some tasks may be easier than others and if they children need help, they can do a task with a grown up at home, or even at school. Attached is a letter explaining how it works. If there are any questions, please see Mr Thompson. Thanks for your support! 
    Posted 22 Apr 2016, 02:26 by Mr Thompson
  • Y4 French - Quelle est la date aujourd'hui? Aujourd'hui c'est le dix-neuf avril!Y4 have been practising how to read, write and say the date so that we can share information about our birthdays. In three's we worked together;  one person read the date on a card in French, the next person translated it into English and the third person had a go at writing it in full on a whiteboard. Although the spelling was tricky, we looked for patterns and still had a go, self-assessing against the words on the cards. Next week we'll be learning a birthday song and trying to include our birthdays within it!Have a listen to the rap and see if you can work out the ...
    Posted 19 Apr 2016, 08:47 by Miss Steward
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