Capital Letters

Ducklings have been looking at capital letters this week. We recognised that we all have them at the beginning of our names and how they look different from lower case letters. Next we used a varied range of capital letter resources to find ways we could create our names.  

The Tempest Play Scripts in Year 6.

To conclude our learning of The Tempest, we wrote our own play scripts. Some of the children changed the ending of the play and actually killed Prospero and some children decided that Ariel needed revenge! The children worked amazingly in their groups and have shown some real acting talents! Well done Yr 6!

Elf Road Dragon Feast Hook

Today in Year 3 we started a new story called Elf Road for our English lessons. In this story a boy called Billy goes through a magical doorway and is transported to a large, dark hall with hundreds of tiny people and a glorious banquet hall with a dragon ice scuplture. To help kick off Continue reading

Reading by the Pond

Ducklings took advantage of the fine weather last week and enjoyed reading as a whole class by the Bayle Pond. We all had a copy of ‘We’re Going on a Bear Hunt’ which we followed and joined in while Mrs. Price read the big book copy.  Super care was taken while we crossed the road Continue reading

Year 3 KIC theatre

It was so lovely to welcome back Ian, the children remembered their last workshop with him and were so excited to get stuck in to another drama session. We were transported back to 79AD and were asked to get ourselves into families and create homes. Each family was given a role to support our town, Continue reading

Globe Theatre Trip- Year 4

Year 4 had a brilliant school trip today, as we travelled into London to go to the Globe Theatre. The children had the opportunity to have a tour around the Globe Theatre and also experienced a workshop to act out the play Macbeth.

Persuasive Writing In Year 6

Our focus this week in Literacy is persuasive writing. Today the children had to create a persuasive advert for a very exciting ‘Ice Cream Dream Machine’. Year 6 could choose what features the machine would have. They were all very imaginative and included voice recognition, unlimited customised flavours and even flavoured edible cups! The children Continue reading

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