Monthly Archives: November 2012

This week the winners are …

LILY AND MAYA! The focus was to commence our sentences with a verb or adverb to create more interesting openers. Here is Lily’s example: Hobbling along, the old cowboy walked painfully after sitting on his saddle all day. Lily remembered … Continue reading

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Well done Class 4 – a message from Mrs Smith and Mrs Crowther

We are really delighted you have worked so hard as a team to earn your first 25 smiley faces. We hope you enjoyed your hot chocolate and cakes today. Keep up your efforts to earn your next treat!!

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Children in Need

Class 4 have been busy preparing for Children in Need tomorrow. Our classroom has been a hive of activity including cake making and decorating together with creating and painting plaster of paris Pudsey Bears. Both activities have helped us understand … Continue reading

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This week the winner is…

Beccy! This week’s focus was to use connectives in our sentences. Beccy gave the following example: “Look,” called Andrew, “my uncle is lying down contrary to my advice.” Beccy has used an excellent, unusual connective in the correct context. She … Continue reading

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