On Friday Nile visited Whinmoor Library.Read More
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Mississippi class have been doing lots of fun revision lessons.Read More
KS2 Book club have watched the film Wonder.Read More
KS2 Book Club have just finished reading the book ‘Wonder’ by R.J.Palacio.Read More
Mississippi class are nearly half way through their Vikings topic already!Read More
In Year 1 we have been reading and performing poetry!Read More
Foundation staff are excited to share a new learning app with parents and families starting on Saturday 26th January. The app will be delivered straight to parents’ mobile phones and then after watching the video, parents can play the game with their children as many times as they like. The games are designed to support the development of language, concentration, bonding and resilience. We are looking forward to hearing how families get on!
Danube and Zambezi enjoyed working with Stacey from Phoenix dance today. The children worked in groups to create a sequence of movements which reflect the words of the poems. Next week they will add rhythmic movements to create a finished dance. All our classes will be working with Stacey this half term and it will be really interesting to see all the different dances we create.
We have enjoyed talking about, and reading our class novel ‘The Iron man’ by Ted Hughes. We have read the first chapter already and have been developing out reading strategies by asking questions, making connections, visualising and re-telling the key points in the text.
We have also started the first draft of our art work - look out for the finished product.
We joined our KS2 friends from our Trust schools so that we could all meet Tom Palmer.Read More
This week is Book Week. We started off with an Assembly where we discussed our favourite books and talked about why reading is important.Read More
On Thursday, we attended Leeds East Primary Partnership Debating Competition. We had been practising our speaking and presenting skills in class and had become excellent at arguing our point and trying to persuade our audience. Our debating team presented their argument opposing ‘Every child should stay in education up to the age of 18.’ . We showed excellent use of emphasis and body language and used convincing emotive language to win the debate! Well done to our team and also all of Amazon for their hard work in helping our team.
Today we have been to Whinmoor Library!Read More
We took Paddington to the library to see an exhibition of Nick Sharratt’s illustrations.Read More
Mississippi class watched a video clip from the Literacy Shed called The Lighthouse.Read More
We have just started reading our new class novel 'Room 13' in Mississippi class this morning.Read More
A group of year 5 pupils were lucky enough to attend The Leeds Book AwardsRead More
Next week, Year 6 are taking their SATs. On Monday we will be doing our SPAG test (Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar).Read More
For our learning log homework this week we have made storybox settings for our class novel The Jungle Book. They are fantastic and we are using them in class to help us with our writing. Well done to everyone who made a special effort with these they are amazing!
The whole school enjoyed dressing up and sharing stories together for World Book Day.Read More