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Poetry from Year 6

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

Year 6 have been working hard for some time now to build up their literary writing skills. This week -when they were asked to produce a piece of free verse based on the Ikea (t-shirt birds) advert – they more than stepped up to the challenge. Mrs Essex was thrilled and impressed (as were we all) with the standard of the work they produced. These three, free verse pieces shown here, are fantastic examples. Well done Year 6! Click on the links below to read their work. then on their name in the window that opens.

Home Lexxie The Journey of the Birds Harvey Way Home Cassidy

Community Activity Project

Tuesday, 28 April 2015

******Free fun packed sessions******

Community activity project is funded through Big Lottery, and supported and delivered by our school and Nuneaton Leisure Trust, the first sessions will start on the 7th May and run through term times only. The Year 3 & 4 session will be from 6.00-7.00 and the Year 5 & 6 session from 7.00- 8.00 pm. Booking forms have been sent home, these need to be returned and handed in to the school.


Attendance w/c 23rd March

Thursday, 16 April 2015

•Reception 98%
•Year 1 98%
•Year 2 99%
•Year 3 97%
•Year 4 98%
•Year 5 94%
•Year 6 94%

Average overall attendance was 97%.

Very good attendance achieved this week!

Please remember to ring the school office as soon as possible (preferably before 10 am) to let us know if your child is going to be absent. If you leave a message please let us know what the illness or reason is.

Year 3 Homework Mission

Monday, 13 April 2015

Over the two week holiday Year 3 were tasked with making a mathematical board game with an Easter theme and a set of instructions. They were given a set of criteria to consider before they started,  for example… Do I need counters, do I need to make a dice using the net of a cube and how am I going to keep all the items for the game together. From the photos you can see that they all look amazing and I can definitely say that all the children are keen to try them all out.