Thank you so much to everyone who sent a photograph for our community display – look out for the pictures around school. It’s not too late to join in, our display can evolve and grow! So, if you would like your picture to adorn our walls please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello and welcome back to our weekly bedtime story. The stories are brought to you by Miss Kingsley and Miss Cotton this week.
‘Ready, Steady, Mo!’ by Mo Farah and Kes Gray:
‘Ratburger’ by David Walliams:
‘The Midnight Gang’ by David Walliams:
Hello and welcome back to our weekly bedtime story! We have some more exciting guest readers this week…
Miss Kingsley has read ‘Quick Quack Quentin’ by Kes Gray:
Miss Watkins has read ‘Ratburger’ by David Walliams:
Mrs Holt has read ‘The Midnight Gang’ by David Walliams:
Our Book Fair has arrived! It will be running next week after school Monday – Thursday, and during our Parents’ Evenings. Don’t forget to bring your World Book Day voucher for £1 off (if you haven’t spent it already!)
Last week, each year group chose a different author to focus on. Look at our fantastic work!
Nursery – Nick Sharratt. Click here to see more.
Reception – Claire Freedman. Click here to see more.
Year 1 – Kes Gray. Click here to see more.
Year 2 – Oliver Jeffers
Year 4 – Tom Moorhouse
Year 6 – Susan Gates. The children have focused on two sea based novels. We read extracts of Raider and are in the process of reading I Runned Away to Sea. We are using this writing as inspiration for our own adventure narrative linking into our Darwin topic. Watch this space for our finished work!
Thank you so much to everyone who attended our reading mornings last week; it was lovely to see so many enthusiastic adults (and children) raring and ready to read! The children really enjoyed learning about why we read and practical strategies over breakfast with you.
Don’t forget there is still time to enter our reading challenge – just take a picture of yourself/someone famous/a family member reading their favourite book to the reading email address. email@example.com
Below are some of the pictures below from our recent reading breakfasts.
Hello and welcome back to our weekly bedtime story! We have three exciting guest readers this week!
George’s Dragon, by Claire Freedman and Russell Julian, has been read by Mrs Scott:
Ratburger, by David Walliams, has been read by Miss Higgins:
The Midnight Gang, by David Walliams, has been read by Mrs West:
All the children looked fantastic today in their costumes! We enjoyed two special assemblies – one for each Key Stage – where we shared stories and paraded in our costumes. Thank you to our wonderful judges; Mrs Potts, Mrs Chesters, Miss Winnell and Mrs Meopham. There were prizes galore to be won! Here are our lucky winners:
Nursery – Annalise, Amelie, Brooke, Isaac, Maisie, Samuel, Eliza, Isabelle, Jai.
Reception – Millie, Leah-Tilly, Fletcher, Harvey, Milly, Alfie, Finnley, Isla
Year 1 – Harrisson, Taryn, Demi, Riley, Ajay, Mia, Corey, Saif, Dexter
Year 2 – Amelia, Caleb, Elliot, Scarlet, Jasmin, Ellie, Jack, Eva, CJ, Lucas, Tara
Year 3 – Leo, Isla, Bradley, Olivia, Alfie, Madison, Mia, Leo, Peter, Jess
Year 4 – Alfie, Luis, Bobby, Jess, Natasha, Ruby, Holly, Alesha, Courtney, Maisy, Kai, Maisie
Year 5 – Emily, Jake, Olivia, Phoebe, Codie, Evie, Alfie, Katie, Charlie, Keisha
Year 6 – Eden, Georgia, Darcey, Sophie, Jake, Harvey, Nicole, Connor, Miquita
Lots of us found Wally hidden around school today and received a special certificate. Some of us took part in a book swap – we brought a book that we no longer wanted and then went home with something new. Everyone in the school received a World Book Day token and a Charlie and the Chocolate pencil to reward them for their efforts. What a busy day!
Today we also received some very exciting news. Some of Miss Cotton’s book club children entered a blogging competition with One Education. They had to write an exciting blog entry about why they love to read. Five of our children had their work shortlisted and made us very proud. Well done Tallulah, Megan, Miquita, Aksha and Ruby. You can read their entries here by searching Russell Scott. Today we found out that Tallulah was the individual runner up for the whole competition! Wow! She wins £20 worth of books. Well done Tallulah! Click here to see the winners announcement.
Welcome back to our weekly bedtime story! We have even more exciting guest readers this week!
Miss Coggan has read ‘Nuddy Ned’ by Kes Gray:
Mrs Matthews has read ‘Ratburger’ by David Walliams:
Miss Kingsley has read ‘The Midnight Gang’ by David Walliams:
The bedtime story will return on Friday 3rd March.