This Year Five Super Star has been working hard on his retrieval and inference skills. Beautiful presentation too!
World Book Day 2022
Recently, during English lessons, the children were set a challenge – to write a 100 word narrative. Due to the word limit, the children knew every word had to count and make an impact in their text. We used a short film, The Lighthouse, as a stimulus for our narrative and all the children produced fantastic pieces of writing.
They then shared their writing with each other and different members of staff and here are a few that have been selected to be shared with you.
We all had a wonderful day for World Book Day. We all dressed up as a favourite book character. We saw some wonderful costumes and lots of people brought the book in as well! The teachers had a competition to see who could decorate their classroom door in the style of a book. There were lots and lots of activities going on all day in the classroom like paired reading with a different class.
At the end of the day, we all went into the hall and chose a book that we wanted to listen to. All the adults read to mixed groups of children.
We have been trying really hard with our punctuation. We wrote some rules to remember when to use capital letters, practiced spotting different punctuation and then used them all in our writing.
Year 3 have had a break in and they’ve stolen all our marbles! To help catch the thief, we’ve written our own mystery stories with our suspects in them. Come in and read them to see who we think it was!
For our topic of Traditional Tales this week our story focus was The Gingerbread Man. We designed our Gingerbread Men and used our Phonics knowledge to write our shopping list of the ingredients we would need. We then all had a go at weighing, mixing and cutting out the dough. Once they were baked we decorated them and they seemed to all disappear before the end of the day…!
In Literacy, Year 3 have been looking at instructions. We used Jamie Oliver’s cookery videos to inspire us to write a set of instructions on how to make the perfect Spaghetti Bolognese.
We even sent them to Jamie Oliver!
We can’t wait to see if we get a reply!
Year 5 have been identifying and highlighting the different features of Limerick poems. Now we know what they are and what they sound like we can write our own!
We have had a brilliant day visiting Barnsley’s new library. It was an amazing space where we could chill out and read a new book. We all looked at a new book by an author we had never herd of before. We all know how to borrow books from the library now as well.
The children learned how to use the library and take out books. They especially loved spending time reading books by their favourite authors!
Reception were doing lots of role playing using resources to pretend they were working in a shop so we made one outside. It has been a fantastic addition to promote communication and language, people and communities and social development. Our shopkeepers have also been learning about money and counting items their customers are buying.