Some musical inspiration for us all. As you will already know from following our class page, Eliza was selected to perform in the final concert of the Benedetti virtual music sessions after three weeks of lessons and lots of hard work in practising her piece. Eliza was selected from the 7000 musicians across 33 countries that applied and I think you will join me in congratulating her for her achievement. I hope you enjoy listening to this beautiful music. Eliza's piece comes in around 30 minutes.
Welcome to our Celebration Concert: The Grand Finale Today, we celebrate three weeks of music, laughter and hard work as we come together to perform for you,...
Thursday 18th June - answers to Wednesday and Thursday's Maths challenges.
Time to start filling our page with our new project - The Americas. Thank you Isabel for getting us off to a racing start!
Michelle has been reading Pirate Poems and has used the description in 'I Wish I Was A Pirate' to draw her own. She has also thought about the structure of 'Pirate Song'.
Here is Reuben's book review of Stinky Street.
I enjoyed the book. I would recommend it for someone to read because it is a funny story.
Franklin really didn’t want to leave his street. He played lots of funny tricks to make sure. Even I was surprised by burps through the door!
It had a great ending for the reader and for Franklin.
Jenson's not so sure about 'So you want to build a castle?'. Here is his book review:
Eliza has enjoyed reading Air Raid on the Oxford Owl website. Here is her book review:
NAME: Eliza DATE: 28 /04/ 2020
😊 TITLE: Air raid!
😊 AUTHOR: Jean May
😊 ABOUT: 2 boys in the war who saved a dog and had an adventure through an underground restaurant and go back to where they started which is where the bomb that was there was.
😊 FAVOURITE CHARACTER: Jack
😊 BEST PART: When they found their mother again and they all went home.
😊 Would I recommend it? : Yes I would it is good for people who like to learn about the war because it was set then.
😊 WORST CHARACTER: I have none.
Thank you for your review of 'Making a Book' Michelle.
Another review of 'Making a Book'. Thank you Reuben.
This is a book about books about strategies of making a book, and different jobs people do.
It has been presented in chapters about teams. There is a different subject on each page. There is pictures and diagrams. It uses fact boxes for writing. it is colourful.
I would recommend thid book because it gives information in a simple way, but is still fun. It mite encourage children to be an author.
Our first book review - great recommendation Isabel.
Making a book, I would recommend this book because it has a lot of useful facts included on how to write a book.
The way they have set this out is very eye catching for the reader and would grab the reader's attention and make them want to read more.
I found the contents of making a book very intriguing, I enjoyed this book and would recommend this book to my friends and family for them to read.
Welcome to the summer term!
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