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World Book Day

World Book Day

What a fabulous World Book Day! We started the day by giving some ‘Speedy Book Reviews’. Everyone brought a book in from home that they have enjoyed reading; we had to describe the book to a partner in 1 minute. Then it was our partner’s turn to describe their book...
World Book Day

World Book Day

Year 1 had lots of fun this year on World Book Day. Everyone brought their own book in from home to share with the class. First of all the children stood up at the front of the room one by one, and briefly explained what their story, or book was all about. We looked...
Wonderful World Book Day!

Wonderful World Book Day!

This Year we asked parents to use their £1.00 off voucher to buy a book – not a costume! Reception class all brought in one of their favourite books from home to share with the class and recommend to their friends. We talked a lot about stories we liked and what...
Wonderful World Book Day!

Wonderful World Book Day!

On World Book Day, Nursery had the very important job of starting off the whole school story, using mystery objects as prompts. Mrs Lilley brought in an old watering can, which contained a very unusual sticky, glittery liquid. The nursery children described  the...
World Book Day

World Book Day

On World Book Day, Year 4 took part in lots of different book related activities. We started the day with our usual guided reading session. We are looking at Stig of the Dump by Clive King this half term, and we were sequencing the events of chapter 7. We followed...
Gran Can You Rap?!

Gran Can You Rap?!

We thought about and reflected on our performances of our Michael Rosen inspired poems. We thought about what we had done well and what we needed to improve on. We then watched a video of a group of children our age performing a poem ‘Gran can you rap’. We thought...