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What an exciting day! Luna, the dragon visited our school and we had such fun getting to know her and creating our own movie!

We will remember them


To mark Remembrance Day, Beech class have been learning the poem 'In Flanders Fields' by John McCrae.  The pupils have reflected so thoughtfully on what each line means in the poem and have shown such lovely respect for why it is so important to never forget the millions of soldiers who went off to war and never returned.  We also discussed about remembering soldiers who are still fighting in conflicts today all over the world.  The pupils were then inspired to write their own poems on the theme of war.

Part 1

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Part 2

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Part 3

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What could this mysterious box contain.......?  

We performed Jabberwocky to the rest of KS2 during our riddle and rhyme assembly.

The Jabberwocky Part 1

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The Jabberwocky Part 2

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We worked together to interpret ‘Jabberwocky’ by Lewis Carroll

Playing games to help us to learn how to spell our statutory Year 5 spellings.

We have been working together in groups to create a poetry map which will help us to learn and recite the poem 'The Jabberwocky' by Lewis Carroll.  We came up with our own actions for each line of the poem and are nearly ready to perform the poem to another audience!

We have worked hard to turn the classic poem 'The Jabberwocky' into a narrative story.  Have a look at some excerpts from our writing.  Can you tell which part of the poem it is describing?

Upgrading our vocabulary using a zone of relevance