The week before half term, I showed a trailer for the Olympics from a website called Literacy Shed. It was powerful and the children enjoyed watching this very short film lasting only a couple of minutes. It personified the mountains in Sochi, Russia. From that image and discussion, Year Six pupil Maggie, wrote the most amazing poem I have read by a pupil. It was stunning. Please find the time to read her fantastic work. I am sure you will agree, it was written with immense feeling and personified the mountains so well. Thank you Maggie, for making it so worthwhile.
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This week, class four are making a variety of bird boxes and feeders which will be distributed around the grounds of the school. The task involved drilling, sanding and painting. Thank you Mr Marriott for all your hard work.
A cartoonist visited school on 30th January and worked with children, not only encouraging them to show-off their skills in drawing, but linked his work to maths shape, size, direction and fractions. Here are a few sketches from Class Four. Can you spot Dopey?