18th May 2018

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Olivia came to show me her impressive non-chronological report writing about her elephant model. It was clear to see how she had improved, using targets set after her ‘Cold Task’ writing. She was able to explain how she had used ‘generalisers’ to make her writing more interesting. Well done Olivia!


Callum and Savannah came to show me their impressive poems, inspired by reading ‘Stone Age Boy’. They had used some inventive and effective language. Well done!

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Savannah

 

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Callum

 

4th May 2018

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Emre came to perform ‘Talking Turkeys’ by Benjamin Zephaniah. He watched YouTube videos to help him use actions as Benjamin does. He was very confident and obviously enjoyed performing. Well done Emre
 


  Connor came to show me the model of a mythical creature he had invented as part of his home learning topic. He had used a variety of materials to make a very inventive creature, which he went on to write about in his English in class. Well done Connor and Nan!    

Connor came to show me the model of a mythical creature he had invented as part of his home learning topic. He had used a variety of materials to make a very inventive creature, which he went on to write about in his English in class. Well done Connor and Nan!

 

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27th April 2018

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Mia came to read me her wonderful writing about Jack and the Beanstalk. Miss Stallworthy and I were really impressed with her use of phonics to spell new words. Well done Mia.
 


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Hannah came to show me her Times Table Rockstar Work. She has worked so hard at home and school to improve her quick re-call of her tables and has improved her time tremendously. Well done Hannah!
 


Elijah and Daisy came to show me their Maths problem solving. They had both worked systematically to help them to  find all the possible combinations of numbers. They had set out their work neatly, which also helped them to check their calculations. Well done!

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20th April 2018

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Leah came to read me  her book. Mrs Lockwood was so pleased with the progress she has made and how much effort she has put into improving her reading. She is really enjoying reading lots of books.
 


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Kye came to show me the fabulous writing he did in his ‘Recipe Book’, which he has completed after cookery sessions. Mrs Brown was so impressed with the detail in his writing. The food looked delicious in the photos! Well done Kye

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Hope came to show me her marvellous fractions work. She had been using the ‘bar method’ to help her calculate different fractions, to help her to solve problems. I was so impressed!
 

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9th March 2018

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Amelia came to read me her amazing writing. Miss Smithe was so impressed with the way that she had included all elements of an effective non-chronological report to describe her mythical creature. I would not like to meet the creature she described!
 


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Jake came to tell me how successful he is being at learning his times tables, using Times Table Rockstar. Mrs Hilton-Loom was really impressed with his speed of recall, as was I. Well done Jake!