Sea animal poem by M

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M has written a very clever poem about sea creatures. When you read it you will notice plenty of descriptive language, as well as learning some facts about each creature.  I have attached a photo of a Rockhopper penguin – … Continued

Happy 10th Birthday R

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R celebrated his tenth birthday at the weekend with a ‘Fortnite’ theme. HAPPY BIRTHDAY! He has also been doing some home baking himself – see the pictures of him making a carrot cake. Of course he has also been busy … Continued

Making models

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E has worked hard on Spelling Shed and completing lots of home learning activities in the last few weeks. He has also continued to develop his creative model making skills too – here is one of his car Lego models … Continued

Human Digestion

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L has revised learning from Science lessons from last year in Year 4 to create a detailed diagram explaining the human digestion system. Great work using scientific vocabulary!

The Book of Hopes reviews

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M has been reading the Book of Hopes https://literacytrust.org.uk/family-zone/9-12/book-hopes/ Has anyone else had a chance to read this amazing book of poems and stories? Here are two reviews that she has written. Say something nice review  

Home learning

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B has been engaging in lots of different kinds of home learning activities in recent weeks. Here are some of the photos of what she has been doing – plenty of Reading comprehension, Maths, Spellings , SPAG, Topic, Family Tree, … Continued

Factors, VIPERS and French Toast

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Great work from A this week. He has completed all the questions about Factors successfully for Maths. He has answered the reading comprehension VIPERS questions and to top it all off, made some scrumptious French toast with his brother. What … Continued

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