Children in Lundy Class have been involved in a very exciting project with Mrs Elphick, to design and make their own slippers to wear at school. They are all very individual and help us to feel cosy in this cold weather!
In Literacy, we watched a short film called 'Lighthouse' and then wrote the story in our own words. They were so well written that we have now made our own books, ready to share with younger children in our school.
Once upon a time, on a dark stormy night on the edge of a tall cliff, was a stripy lighthouse. Down the cliff was a village. People were cheering loudly every time the light from the lighthouse span around. A boat was coming. The lighthouse keeper was inside the tall lighthouse. He was lonely, old and grumpy. by Tom W
The lighthouse keeper slammed the window and he heard a bang! The window slammed open again and the candle blew out. He stood up. It was pitch black. There was a toolbox. He fell backwards and sprinted up the spiral staircase. by Sammy
The lighthouse keeper felt worried because maybe had broken into the lighthouse or something had broken. He became more anxious as he sprinted up the spiral staircase. The stopped cheering. He looked inside the light bulb that powered the lighthouse. It looked broken. He tried to carry it but tripped over the toolbox. He looked ahead. The ship was going to crash into the sharp rocks.by Liberty
We were treated today to a delightful performance of 'No Man is an Island', a mixture of performance poetry and song. This talented group was made up of actors from the Cape Verde Islands, Nigeria, Jamaica and Ghana. We also joined in with some acapella singing to the tune of 'Dream Carry Me On'.
We have had fun in our maths learning exploring patterns and working together to solve patterns.
Year 4 spent a super morning at the Lifeboat Station where Martin and Steve talked about types of boats, the history of the RNLI and the Station, the crew and their kit. Back at school, children have designed a Guidebook in pairs.
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