Today we finished our Edward Tulane stories. Edward was a much loved “toy” rabbit who was sadly thrown overboard, caught in a fishing net and rescued by a fisherman. He was lived all over again until he was sadly thrown on a rubbish heap.
The children wrote how Edward ended up in these different places and how he felt.
Amelia shared her story with class… Have a watch below…
Today year 4 spent a very enjoyable session in the school library.
The children looked through all the different sections, browsing, sharing, discussing, advising, encouraging and reading! Some read together, others read as a group or alone.
The children all found different comfortable spots to relax and read both in the library and then back in class.
Oliver was so excited about the book on stars and galaxies, he even asked Mrs Sabir to read some of it to him…. lengthy discussions followed! Oliver already knows so much and couldn’t wait to learn more. Well done Oliver.
Callum, who insisted there wouldn’t be a book he’d like, was engrossed in a fact book that he couldn’t wait to finish in class. Perfect Callum.
Alexi couldn’t choose between all the puppy and kitten story books that grabbed her attention… one at a time Alexi.
Nathan can’t wait to get back in the library and get closer to the huge pop up book! I wonder if you’ve seen it in there? Go and have a look.
Remember KS1 children can use the library every playtime and KS2 can use it every lunchtime to browse and borrow books.
Don’t forget there is a box of books out in the playground everyday too.
Year 4 have been working really hard recently creating their own information text about the Earth’s layers. The children have loved creating these and have put in a lot of effort. Have a look at some of them below:
The children in Year 4 have finally heard back from Young Writers regarding their nonsense poems that they wrote for their Poetry Wonderland competition. All of the children are super happy and excited as they have ALL been successful. Every child’s poem has been chosen to be published in the Poetry Wonderland book!
The children received a bookmark, a sticker and a certificate to congratulate them. Well done Robins! You all worked really hard on those poems!
Please can I remind parents that without the permission slip either returned to school or sent off in the post to the company your child’s poem cannot be published.