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The Big Read

Wednesday, 20 July 2016

We have a fabulous bench created by our very gifted artists on display as part of ‘The Big Read’. Over summer see if you can go and visit it. Don’t forget to take a book! It’s in Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery.

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National Poetry Day

Thursday, 8 October 2015

Philip Monks came back to school today to celebrate our fabulous poems for National Poetry Day. Each class performed a selection of the poems they had created and we enjoyed hearing Philip perform some of his poems.

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Poetry Day

Tuesday, 6 October 2015

Today poet and playwright Philip Monks is in school to help us create some fantastic poems. Each class have chosen their own picture to use as a writing stimulus. All of our pictures and poems are based on the theme of ‘Light’ to help us get ready for National Poetry Day on Thursday.

On Thursday Philip is coming back to school to celebrate to celebrate the fabulous poetry we have written and each class will be perform some of their poems in a special assembly.

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‘The Great Paper Caper’ work

Friday, 25 September 2015

Have a look at our ‘Wonderful Writers’! Well done Children.

Reception described the bear.

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Year 1 wrote an apology letter.

 

 

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Year 2 wrote a police report.

 

 

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Year 3 wrote a discussion piece.

 

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Year 4 wrote a letter to the other animals explaining his actions.

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Year 5 wrote a newspaper article to persuade the public that he is innocent.

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Year 6 wrote a speech for the Bear’s defence.

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We hope you enjoy reading our work!

Literacy Blog

Friday, 18 September 2015

The Great Paper Caper

This week the school was visited by a naughty bear. Mr Bear had used all of the school paper to practise making paper aeroplanes for a competition. The school was left with bits of paper everywhere, trees, logs and little animals who wanted to see what was going on. The bear left a letter for every class and Miss Cahill. The bear asked Miss Cahill for some help. He had made a mistake. He didn’t realise all the other animals were so upset that he had used all of the paper and they called the police!

Every class was given a special writing task from the bear from letters to reports and defence speeches!

Our Lady’s children have been a great help to the bear…watch this space for examples of our work!!