Class 2: Blog items
Date: 17th Jan 2021 @ 11:48am
It is very important that children practise their reading skills at home - whatever stage they're at in their reading development.
This is challenging at the moment with us not regularly changing home reading books, if at all.
We would like to direct you to the following website
You will need to register (for free) and then you can access a free e-book library.
They have most of the reading schemes that we use in school across the different levels.
You should have a reading book at home that you can use as a guide to find others at a similar level.
Please record in your child's reading diary, any books that they read so that we can keep a record and reward your child for their efforts.
Many thanks for your support.
Key Stage One Staff
Date: 14th Nov 2020 @ 1:22pm
Key Stage One had a very special treat on Monday 9th November - a theatre performance in the hall.
It looked a little different from our usual performances but no less exciting or engaging. The show was repeated 3 times so that we could watch in our class bubbles and only one actor attended in person (keeping his 2 metre distance from us) whilst the rest of the cast appeared on the big screen.
The show was amazing! The children loved it and it was a great stimulus for some super writing, drawing and learning of such a classic story.
A massive thank you to M&M Theatrical Productions. We support you in these difficult times. You did an incredible job.