In Year 3 we are so proud of our writing!

This week in English, the children have been working hard to improve their recount writing. The children were given a new checklist for their informal letters topic and were set the challenge of making these even better than their last piece. The children were so successful that we decided to have a sharing afternoon and the children read their work to the children on their tables. Well done Year 3!

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Reading in Strange Places…

Don’t forget that we are holding our Reading in Strange Places competition again this year.

Get out and about with a book then take a photo, print it off and bring it in after the holidays.

The competitive teachers are also looking for the strangest places over the holidays.

Year 3 Reading Activities

In Year 3 we have had some excellent reading activities which have been completed at home. We would like to share these with everyone! We have a comic created by Cody and puppets created by Maesie. We can’t wait to see other activities that children are going to create and┬ácomplete.IMG_2094 IMG_2095 IMG_2096 IMG_2097 IMG_2098 IMG_2056

Reading workshop-Year 6

Don’t forget that we are hosting a reading workshop for year 6 parents and pupils on Wednesday, March 22nd at 3:30pm – 4:30pm.

We sent a questionnaire home to see if any other year groups would be interested in an event like this. It’s not too late to reply!

Boldon Environmental Centre

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Year 1 children visited Bolden Environmental Centre on Friday 17th March. The children listened to the story Zog by Julia Donaldson and enjoyed activities to accompany. They toasted marshmallows on the camp fire, collected magic stars, played hide and seek and made fire dragons in the craft area of the classroom.

We all had lots of fun and it was a great end to our reading week.

Perfect Puppets

Today Year 3 were able to make their own puppets. The children chose a book character they wanted to create and then made these wonderful puppets. They wanted to show you them all.

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Reading Week- Friday

St. Mary’s World Book Day

Today has been full of fun. Cruella Deville was in school and tried to turn a real dog into a coat! Luckily, the children were on hand to protect it! Don’t worry though as the dog is safe!

All of the children and staff paraded onto the stage to show off their costumes.

The day ended with all children receiving a special book to start off their Readathon.

We had to punish some of our teachers as they asked children to use pens on NO PEN DAY. As a punishment, they had to write and perform a poem on stage…

Mrs Trunchball was present to keep all of the children in check and she even made one teacher eat a huge chocolate cake! Guess who that was?

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Reading Week- Thursday

Today we have had Mark Carton a children’s author in school. He worked with years 3, 4, 5 and 6. The children have been inspired and are now budding authors.

Year reception and year 2 went to find book characters at West Boldon Lodge.

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Reading Week- Wednesday

We started off Wednesday with an assembly to introduce the day. Today all of the classes were tasked to make a class book for our new library.

We are enjoying reading week so much that one child even reads while having breakfast at Take a Break!

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