5th April 2019

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Ellis came to show me his wonderful Fire of London and Plague homework. It was interesting to read about his visit to Pudding Lane and this brought History to life for him. Great work Ellis!

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Darci came to show me her wonderful writing about The Great Fire of London. I was so impressed with her imaginative word choices and fabulous spelling. She had also worked hard in editing her work and adding correct punctuation. Well done Darci!

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Demi came to read me her wonderful writing about The Great Fire of London. I was so impressed with her creative ideas and the facts that she included to bring her newspaper report to life. Well done Demi!

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Callie came to show me the hard work she has been doing at home to help her reach her targets in Maths. This is very impressive, and I hope it really pays off. Keep up with the tremendous effort Callie!

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Max came to show me his wonderful fraction work in Maths. He had practised recognising fractions and was so confident that he was able to apply this to his ‘Think Further’ reasoning challenge. Well done Max!

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Elijah came to show me his fabulous and fact-filled homework about the life cycle of a Capuchin Monkey. I really enjoyed the style of his writing and how he was so amazed by the facts he found. Well done Elijah!

29th March 2019

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Izzy came to show me her Maths work. Mrs Beardsall was very impressed with how well she had completed her ‘Hot Task’. She seems to have new-found confidence, which is showing in her work. Great work Izzy!


Luke came to read me his amazing writing describing a mother taking her children to be evacuated during World War Two. It is so imaginative, including powerful descriptions of her thoughts and feelings. It brought a tear to my eye!


Alesha came to show me the work on fractions that she had chosen to do at home. This is great to see and proves how motivated she is. Well done Alesha!


Emily was so motivated to practise the elements of Maths that she needed to focus on that she set her own challenges to practise key skills at home. A great attitude Emily!


I spotted her diary whilst she was eating her sandwiches. She told me that her inspiration came from reading The Diary of a Wimpy Kid. I am so impressed with her self-motivation to write and how much she is enjoying making people laugh!

15th March 2019

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Jessica came to show me her wonderful writing, where she had followed her targets to help her write a very interesting newspaper report about Arthur and the Golden Rope.

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Kaya came to show me her wonderful books, where she had used her phonics and writing skills to write three wonderful books. Miss Stallworthy and I were so impressed-well done Kaya.