Sorry for the short notice:
World Book Day!
4th March 2021
Sadly, we cannot all be together to celebrate our favourite authors, stories and characters in our usual way this year. So, at a time when we cannot be together in school, we wanted to come together in a virtual way to share our collective love of reading.
In the spirit of this year’s theme ‘you can ready anytime, anywhere’ we are setting you a reading challenge. We would like you to take pictures of yourself reading in different and unusual places so that we can collate and share these pictures with everyone on World Book Day. You could try to get everyone at home involved in the challenge too!
Some ideas of unusual places you could use:
- Reading outside
- Reading at breakfast
- Reading under a table
- Reading while dressed as your favourite character
- Reading upside down
- Reading with a cuddly toy
- Reading on zoom!
We are certain you will be able to think of many other creative and unusual places you can read and of course you could send more than one photo to be shared. Who knows, maybe some of your teachers will have found some unusual places to read too! We really can’t wait to see all the different and imaginative places that you find to enjoy your favourite books and we hope you enjoy this challenge too. Keep an eye out for any other exciting things being shared with you on your Google Classroom.
While you are celebrating at home you might still wish to dress up as one of your favourite characters or, you could make something to represent your favourite book. You could create a book in a jar, make a poster, decorate a story stone, write a book review or retell the story in a creative way. Your imagination is your only limitation!
Please could you make sure your photos are shared with your class teacher using your class email address by Monday 1st Monday.
We used our mathematical symmetry skills to create art pieces. We had to measure key points to make sure the pictures were symmetrical. I think you’ll agree they have done an amazing job.
Emma took inspiration from last week’s Guided Reading and made her own Garden Buddy in the snow! Awesome Emma, well done!
Well done for all your amazing hard work writing and creating these wanted posters. I would definitely hand Robin over!
Well done everyone on reaching first place in the Street Tag active competition.
This is an amazing achievement! Thank you for being so active.Keep Street Tagging, walking, running or cycling now as we need to remain there!!!!
We brought our amulets to life by adding the paint. The metallic colours really brought out the detail of our designs.
Over the last few weeks we have been looking at persuasive writing. We know that to persuade our reader we have to use a mix of fact and opinion with persuasive openers, subordinate clauses and emotive language.
We would like you to read our writing and decide what you think by voting on :
We have spent the last couple of weeks investigation and designing ancient Egyptians Amulets. Today we made our designs from clay. There were some very intricate designs, but it was difficult to do!