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We have been working on poetry over the last 2 weeks. We are going to publish some of ours this week. School “wake up sleepy head” So I got out of bed. I brushed my teeth, Cleaner than a leaf. My mum brushed my hair, By my hair she started to share. I got dressed … Continue reading
Please complete one of the following to be used in lessons on Thursday 27th. Research a famous scientist – e.g. where were they born, what did they work on, where did they learn about their subjects, if they are dead – when did they die? Or Find out about a science story that is in … Continue reading
What a great experience we had on world book day, with everyone from the Moshi monster Poppet, to Matilda, to Harry Potter. What imaginative children we have here at LJS. They all enjoyed sharing their books with someone from another class – I wasn’t sure that Oliver or Oakly were going to give back the … Continue reading
We have been working on poetry this week. We have been paying particular attention to rhymes and rhythm. Here is our class recording of one of the poems we’ve been working with. I think you’ll agree they did a great job! Well done SH!
Yesterday we had our class assembly. We used shadow puppets to depict the story of Baba Yaga and Vasilisa the Brave, a classic Russian folktale. We all took part and many parents came to watch us. Mrs Flint, a school governor, has kindly lent us more Russian fairy tales, such as The Snow Queen, which … Continue reading
Here is the topic homework for OW and PG. If you find that it is easier using the colour pictures, that is absolutely fine. I look forward to seeing your amazing instructions on Monday. PG and OW topic homework
There’s just over a week to go on the reading challenge. How are you doing? Here is OW’s Reading challenge record. It would be great to see every one achieve bronze rations by reading 6 or more books. The books must be a challenge, and we want to see them in school, to make … Continue reading
As our topic this term is WW2, class OW spent some time today making gas masks. What a great job they’ve done. Please pop into the classroom and see what a great job they’ve done.