Curriculum notes 06.12.19

Deck the halls with boughs of holly, tra-la-la-la-la, la-la-la la (Although what poor Holly has done is beyond me)! Welcome to the end of another week, where the children have been focusing on the features of  biography writing, coupled to researching the world’s favourite bard! Curriculum English: The children will…

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Curriculum 29.11.19

‘All the world’s a stage, and all the men and women merely players: they have their exits and their entrances…’ (William Shakespeare) Welcome to the end of another week (where do they go to?) and the completion, and performances, of the children’s sonnets have drawn to a close. Many a…

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Curriculum notes 22.11.19

Good evening to you all, at the end of another week! Curriculum: English – Our love sonnets are drawing to completion (almost), although most children are spurned to fury at the rejection of their overtures of devotion. Redrafting and practising, for a videoed performance, will lead next week’s work before extending…

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Curriculum notes 24.10.19

Everest has been conquered and we begin our descent to rest before attempting K2 (or in simple words, Have a lovely half-term holiday, be rested and ready for the seven weeks after!) Curriculum English: We shall be exploring and using the text features of another genre, which the children shall…

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Curriculum notes 18.10.19

The usual felicitations of the week from Mrs Greening, Mrs Bradshaw and I, Looking at the ‘glorious weather we are being treated to reminds me of a quote: ‘And it rained for forty days and forty nights – another weekend in sunny Britain’ Curriculum English – the pupils have been…

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Curriculum post 11.10.19

Welcome to another weekend (and with the state of the weather, you are welcome to it) and we hope you enjoyed the swim home this evening! Curriculum English – next week, the pupils will be investigating another genre of text and building upon the skills previously taught in Year Four…

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