During Jump Up Week, Foxes class wrote some blackout poetry based on The Lost Words.
Foxes and Owls explored characters and themes within Shakespeare's The Tempest using hexagonal learning. @powerfulwordscb @kashleyenglish #powerfulwordsproject
Award-winning folk group The Young 'Uns led our cultural day with fun Songs of Identity workshops, culminating in an assembly at the end of the day. You can download and listen to our Peasants Revolt Rap by KS2 pupils here.
Elsewhere, children shared their cultural heritage with other classes - see our gallery for photos including activities representing Pakistan, Cyprus, Gypsy Roma travellers, Poland, the Carribbean, Thailand, Showman travellers and more. What a fantastically diverse community we are!
Read It Again 2019
Read it Again Competition!
We've just voted for our favourite picture book for the 'Read it again' competition. The results in order of popularity are:
Mini Rabbit - not lost by John Bond
The Weaver by Qian Shi
Nipper and the lunchbox by Lucy Dillamore
I can fly by Fifi Kuo
Red and the city by Marie Voigt
The king who banned the dark by Emily Howarth-Booth
Schools across Cambridgeshire have been invited to vote for their favourite illustrator and writer. Results will be announced later in the year.
If you are interested in the books and would like to find out more with your children, please look at the author webistes below.
John Bond: https://iamjohnbond.com/
Lucy Dillamore: http://lucydillamore.com/
Emily Haworth-Booth: http://emilyhaworthbooth.com/
Qian Shi: http://www.qianshi.co.uk/
Marie Voigt: http://www.marievoigt.com/
Structure and Curriculum Meeting
Here's the presentation from today's information meeting on school structure and curriculum.