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World Book Day! 
This year we celebrated World Book Day by looking at one the best books ever - The Bible. Each class choose a story. Ours was Daniel and the Lions Den. 
 

After reading story and reflecting on the meaning and teachings we played our new favourite game - Kahoot! This was a quiz which helped us to remember the story. 
 

We had great fun mapping the story out and using actions to help us remember the story so we could re-tell it. 
 

Every class in the school was asked to decorate their classroom door to reflect the story. We made lions. 
 

Making our lions

T4W maps

Daniel in the Lions Den

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Part of our retelling of Daniel and the Lions Den using T4W approach.
After writing our newspaper articles, we spent a lesson on editing. The classroom was set out in stations. We visited each station which had a different focus for us to work on. This helped us to focus on our editing in a structured way. 

Editing Stations

As part of our Brazilian topic, we researched carnivals.  In DT, we designed and made our own for a performance to our parents. 

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

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As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The River Nile

Still image for this video
As part of our topic - Ancient Egypt - we have been studying the River Nile. The Nile was important to the people in Ancient Egyptian times for a number of reasons including: importing and exporting goods, it was a source for food and people used it for washing.

In one of our lessons, we were in role. Our task was to imagine that we lived in Ancient Egyptian times. The River Nile was often at risk of drought due to high temperatures. Our task was to persuade the Pharaoh to help save the River Nile. Some of us wrote letters to persuade the Pharaoh to help. Others prepared speeches - below are some of our speeches.

The Egyptian Cinderella

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words.

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

The Egyptian Cinderella.

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As part of our Literacy topic, we have been studying The Egyptian Cinderella. We have been using Talk for Writing to help with retelling the original story and creating our own version. Some of us worked on using Talk for Writing to retell the ending in our own words:

Super Autumn 1 Half Term Homework!

Representing Numbers

Literacy - Finding the features of newspaper articles!

Science - What affects the growth of mould?

European Languages Day

European Languages Day

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Having fun singing in Spanish!
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