Year Six have certainly been inspired by this week's English tasks!
One of our home learners has completed their review of today's poem, 'The Door'.
School learners were also puzzled about the meaning of the line ..'the darkness ticking'....
In class, we decided that it could mean the passing of time, that nothing was happening in the darkness except time…
One of our Keyworker Year Six Bubble drew this lovely picture of her imaginary door during our Tuesday English lesson. There were lots of creative ideas from learners at home and at school. Well done everyone.
Here is an example of a poem from yesterday's English lesson.
I think it inspired lots of the children in school and at home!
One of our Year Six home workers sent in her poster from last week's lesson task.
Well done! Great effort!
Home Learners and Keyworker Bubble pupils are really doing their best!
It’s Emma Middleton. I just wanted to tell you about a book I got for Christmas, it’s called girls who rocked the world. I have decided to do some extra research on some of the girls, I thought you might like to see what I have been doing up to now. My first one was Mary-Ann Anning and I have…
Here is a piece of descriptive writing from a Year Six home learner.
What an excellent example of writing.
Look out for next week's English work.
There will be a detailed plan of what to do each day for you to follow.
Each week after will follow a similar format.
School learners and…
Hazel Class on the last day of term.
Well done everyone! You have all worked hard.
Have a wonderful Christmas and a Happy New Year!
See you in 2021!
Hazel Class created these beautiful Christmas cards.
O' Little Town of Bethlehem
How still we see thee lie.