Miss Sears will be on a course this morning, so may be delayed in giving your feedback today.
Pupil of the Week
Armstrong Class: I really enjoyed our Zoom call today and it was lovely to see you all. I now can't wait to see you all back in school (and I bet some Mums and Dads are looking forward to that as well). I'm so pleased to see how much you are enjoying our new topic; we have got some amazing lessons and activities planned for you this term. I would like to choose Jack M as my pupil of the week. He always produces work of a high standard and I can see he is working hard in all areas of the curriculum. Well done Jack!
Ennis-Hill Class: It was so lovely to see so many of your smiling faces on our Zoom call yesterday and to see such lovely work that you have continued to produce this week - you've made it a hard decision again! However, I have chosen Amy this week. Amy has worked hard throughout our time of home learning and always produces work of a good standard. I can always see she has taken care with the presentation of her work and even manages to tell me things I didn't know! Her emails to me are always bright, bubbly and friendly - exactly how Amy is in class :) Keep up the great work!
National Storytelling Week - Story Writing Competition
Hopefully you have had a chance to read the wonderful entries from Year 5 on our homepage. We have had the hard task of choosing a winner from each class, so please read on to find out who has won!
Armstrong Class: This was an almost impossible task! How can I choose one story from 3 such different and exciting entries? However, I can only have 1 winner. So, I'm going to choose Ahash for his exciting story about the fiery dragon and the brave children who face it! I was so impressed with his imagination, the way he has structured his story as well as the ambitious vocabulary he has used. So, well done Ahash and a well done to all of the entrants!
Ennis-Hill Class: We received three very different pieces from our class, all using different skills and techniques to tell their story - thank you to those of you who entered. Unfortunately, there could be only one winner and I have chosen Emma, for her story 'The Vault and Three Keys'. There was some lovely vocabulary used throughout - I particularly liked the word 'translucent'. I also really enjoyed the cliff hanger ending, enticing me to read the next part! Well done Emma and all of our entrants!