Well Done to Ben who has been getting ahead of the game with his homework. Mom has very kindly agreed for me to share with you Ben’s fantastic St Georges Day work so far in preparation for Thursday. I understand Ben’s next project will include a video of the story which Ben will record himself. Keep up the good work Ben (and family)! Gold Stars to you all! *
The school has subscribed to First News, the UK’s National Newspaper for young people.
More than 9,000 primary and secondary schools use First News Education’s award-winning tools to advance pupil’s literacy skills, through exploring and understanding the latest UK and global news stories.
More information at https://www.firstnews.co.uk/
We will be uploading each week’s issue, along with accompanying resources and activities, to the school website each week.
For our whole school assembly on the 21st June we had a Windrush theme to mark Windrush Day. We had a sketch about the arrival of the ship and Caribbean people who had been invited to work in the UK. We also had music and a poem about Windrush.
Some fantastic work this week, including reading with friends, going to college for the first time, using photos to communicate and counting skills.
Fantastic work this week, with certificates for great maths work, helping others, horse riding and using a knife and fork really well
Certificates have been given out for communication, being helpful, working hard and much more.