Digraph A digraph is two letters that make one sound. Delightful cartoon characters make this a very entertaining as well as informative site: The leavers enjoyed a day at Bosworth water park with canoeing and adventure on the programme.
Role play can help pupils to identify with and explore characters and to try out the language they have listened to. Pronoun A pronoun is a word used to replace a noun.
Teaching activities Read the Bitesize biased and balanced arguments to revise the difference between them. Our new caterers Coombes Catering Partnership have cooked some lovely food for the pupils and have overcome difficult access on the building site to make sure they can use the new kitchen ensuring the food is fresh and well prepared - and I would like to thank them for such flexibility and commitment.
As we approach the final week of the term we still have no clear date for the opening of the new building. Year 2 programme of study Reading - word reading Pupils should be taught to: Spider diagram A spider diagram is a planning tool used to help children make notes on a particular subject.
He is still very much a supporter of the school and has worked hard to ensure our Ambassadors and the businesses who support us, will remain with us. Elizabeth worked outstandingly well to compose her own song about her love of singing and how important her friends and family are she has really impressed the Viva Team!
It is a good idea to print it in capitals. Play script A play script is a piece of writing written for the stage. Mia, in Key Stage 3, had new splints fitted and successfully walked while being supported by staff from her classroom to my office such determination and great delight when she arrived to receive her sticker and certificate.
There were lots of science experiments going on in Key Stage 3 looking at states of matter and Stephen shared his solid, liquid, gas dance with me. You type your responses in real time: I hope you all have a good weekend.
Journalistic writing Journalistic or newspaper writing is a non-fiction genre which children learn to analyse and write in Key Stage 2 English. A nice little quiz site in French with questions on a variety of topics: A vowel is a sound that is made by allowing breath to flow out of the mouth, without closing any part of the mouth or throat.
Have we missed any literacy terms that you'd like to see explained? This week we have had our Health and Sports week. When does this man sleep? Two consonants which appear next to each other are known as a consonant cluster.
A website that offers a series of vocab acquisition activities for learners of French, using clickable images and sound files: Blending is an essential phonics skill which children are taught as part of learning to read.
At upper following instructions has been a focus in English and some students following recipes independently without help achieved some great results by reading carefully. The single year blocks at key stage 1 reflect the rapid pace of development in word reading during these 2 years.
Today we say goodbye to Liam who has been leading our fundraising. As ever our pupils were a credit to the school and were all good sports! This week I also enjoyed joining Neptune class for a lesson where they were learning about materials and the history of woollen clothing.
To study a particular topic or area of grammar visit the contents section to find what you need. We have had Key Stage 3 classes visiting a local farm which they have thoroughly enjoyed; Key Stage 2 reenacting the battle of Bosworth and visiting the battlefields; Key Stage 1 ventured as far as Birmingham to the Think Space and had a great time exploring everything.
Brainstorming Brainstorming is a process in which a question or problem is posed, then a group of people give ideas which are noted by a person who writes them down on paper or a board for the group to see. We are all looking forward to a great Communication Week with many exciting events across the school next week Information text An information text is a non-fiction text which gives information about a particular thing.
The site is maintained by Steven Smith, Ripon Grammar School, and aimed at anglophone French teachers looking for worksheets, links and interactive tasks: I am sure if you are quick with ordering they will arrive promptly.An assembly to explore and learn about Sportsmanship and we can all be better sports.
KS2 Hanukkah Play Script Writing Activity Sheet (1 member review) This text can be used to familiarise pupils with the layout of a play script and identify the features, and to work complete a play script about the story of Hanukkah.
Your children can write their own play scripts with this lovely writing frame, great for literacy lessons or even your role play area! Save for Later Features of a Play Script Display Poster.
THE STANDARD STAGE PLAY FORMAT What follows is a guide to “professional” stage play script formatting. These pages are an explanation of the standard stage play format.
See the Example Pages for visual underline it, and two spaces below it write the scene or place where your play takes place. Find out how to write your own play in this Bitesize Primary KS2 English guide. How to write a play. The script is a written down version of the play.
It uses dialogue, stage directions. From adjectives to writing frames, TheSchoolRun's primary-school literacy glossary offers a complete guide to all the concepts children are taught in EYFS, KS1 and KS2 English.Download