Curriculum notes 17.01.2020

Once more the end of another series of educational endeavours is upon us and a well-deserved rest is ahead – so get your homework done! Next week: English: Many a troth shall be given, and hearts shall be broken, as the children embark upon play-scripts, based on the star-cross’d lovers…

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Curriculum notes 20.12.19

And as the Three Magi entered the stable, they spied the mother and child. “Is this the Messiah?” they enquired. “No, he’s not the Messiah,” said the mother, “He’s a very naughty boy!” (For the Monty Python aficionados among you.) HOMEWORK! Lots and lots and lots and lots of reading…

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Curriculum notes 13.12.19

‘Tis the end of another week of endeavour and joy – after all, ”tis the season to be jolly!’ The children have completed their biographies of William Shakespeare and shall begin to study his works more after the Christmas break. Curriculum: Christmas timetable – English: Writing an analysis and comparison…

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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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