We had great fun finding out about our favourite books today. We tied the reviews to balloons for everyone to know it was World Book Day.
After their visit to Dalton Zoo on Friday, Reception have been writing lists of ingredients that they would like to feed the animals. The girls have shown good pencil grip and are beginning to recognise the letters that they need to match the sounds of the words. Well done girls!
I am so proud of some of our Year 1 children who have been learning to hold their pencil and write their name. Well done!
Year 4 have been working so hard since coming back in September. We wrote some character descriptions about a giant which we will use in our traditional story writing.
Well done especially to Thomas, Lucas and Alfie.☺☺☺
We have had a very exciting morning in year 1. First we listened to the beginning of The Lighthouse Keepers Tea. In small groups we freeze framed different parts. Finally we re read the story altogether using actions to reinforce the wonderful story. Children became all sorts of people and objects…
Reception and year 1 went to Morecambe beach and had a wonderful time. We all walked along the prom and looked at the lightouse, then we played on the prom. After that we walked along to the beach and played in the sand, it was soft and fantasic to play in. Everyone searched for shells, some…
Another visit today from someone who has produced a fantastic piece of writing. Research into the pyramids of Ancient Egypt has led to a well presented non-chronological report using sub-headings and paragraphs in adition to well composed, correctly punctuated sentences. Well done!
Some wonderful writing from Year 3 this afternoon who have studied the 4 Bible accounts of the death of Jesus and produced their own newspaper reports. Well done Year 3!
Bridget worked at home and has written the poem 'The Owl and the Pussy Cat'. Her piece of writing includes, full stops, capital letters, question marks and cursive hand writing! Well done Bridget!
Today in Year 1, we have been learning about the poem Ducks Ditty. First we read the poem, then each group had to freeze frame different parts of the poem. We had great fun.
Today's whole school writing day has certainly caught the attention of these Year 4 boys who have written wonderful descriptive pieces. The improvement in their writing since September is fantastic!
This fantastic story was written for the BBC 500 words story competition. It is an amazing, imaginative story inspired by photos of Loch Ness.
Logan produced this fantastic poster about William Shakespeare. It is full of detail and interesting facts and deserves its place on our class English board. Well done Logan!
For our second Library visit, Year 3 had fun using the library system to return, renew and borrow books.
We had a lovely time at the library this afternoon and the weather was kind to us. We look forward to visiting again next term.
Another visitor! I am so pleased with this reading progress. Retelling, reordering and recalling stories. Well done!
LancasterCathedralSchool.org proudly presents Clitherow Class using words and actions to tell the exciting story of Little Red Riding Hood. Thanks to Luke for the brilliant camera work. Well done, Luke!
A poem by T. S. Eliot, performed by Hayhurst Class.
L.O. I can identify nouns, adjectives, verbs and adverbs.