Year 3 English – Mystery Stories

Year 3 English – Mystery Stories

Building on what we read and discovered about mystery stories last week, the boys and girls in year 3 have begun writing their own stories! We had to remember these top tips when writing: Don’t give away all the mystery before the end – you can reveal what’s happened...
Can you solve these animal riddles?

Can you solve these animal riddles?

Our Year 2 children have been busy at home writing animal riddles for us to solve. This involved carrying out research about different animals then turning the information into clues. We were delighted to see that the children used their scientific vocabulary, using...
Home Learning Diary Entries!

Home Learning Diary Entries!

As we haven’t be able to hear what Year 4 have been up to during our news time in school, we thought it would be a great idea for Year 4 to create their own diary entries from home. We started by looking at the different features of a diary, we then made a list...
WANTED

WANTED

This week, Year 1 have enjoyed reading and completing tasks based on ‘The Highway Rat’ by Julia Donaldson. They have worked hard to create a WANTED poster for the rat, including his name, what he looks like, and the crime he committed. They thought of...
Year 3 English

Year 3 English

Some of the children have been busy reading a mystery story this week and have completed some activities based on this.  97095621_3253441944675768_1636183768689541120_o 97997919_10157095024485233_6515244167151484928_o...
Homophones at Home!

Homophones at Home!

Year 2 have been learning about homophones. They know that these are words that sound the same but have a different meaning and have a different spelling. They took a quiz on Purple Mash and it was great to see the scores. Afterwards they demonstrated their...