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This morning poet Andy Tooze is in school this morning and he is visiting all the classes. Andy is performing lots of his own poems with the children joining in with actions!

We had a lovely afternoon meeting Sean Perkins who is an author and illustrator. we were lucky to meet the characters from his book. We got to hear the story “Oscar and Ben - The Birthday Party”. We also saw his other book “Oscar and Ben”.  

Today we had a surprise visit from the owl and the pussycat from our new story! We were able to ask them the questions we had previously written in our books if we ever happened to meet them! After they left, it inspired us to dress up as them as we answered questions as if we were he owl and the pussycat! 🦉 🐱 

Today we used the app “Word Hippo” to improve the adjectives we can use in our Autumn poems. 

This morning we went on our “Autumn  Walk”. Whilst outside we used our senses to think of adjectives to describe. We are going to use these adjective to help us write a poem about Autumn.


Today we met Jack from the story “Jack and the Beanstalk”. It was good timing as yesterday we wrote questions in case we ever met him. We decided to use the questions w wrote and find out more information from him. After Jack’s visit, we decided to hot seat being Jack and ask each other questions as if we were Jack. Jack accidentally left his hat so we decided to borrow it as we thought he was a kind boy and wouldn’t mind! 

We have been reading Jack and the Beanstalk. We have then created our own story using our own story map. We have changed what we found at the top of the beanstalk, the character we met, the objects we stole and the ending. The children performed their story today.