World Book Day

Year 3/4F and 4D had a fantastic day celebrating world book day last week. The energy in the classes was so high and there was a true buzz and excitement for books and reading. The characters they dressed up as were amazing, here are a few:

From Gangsta Granny to Hermoine Granger and from Fantastic Mr Fox to Willy Wonka we had an amazing array of book characters!

We also used their book characters as inspiration for writing a character description:

Don’t forget to use your £1 book token to buy a new book!

3C are getting hooked by Greek myths

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3C had a fabulous day today, they started by all moving their names to above expected behaviour before lunch time!

We then recieved a very exciting letter, asking us to go on a quest to find out what happened to the King’s son. Ask 3C to share their findings with you.

I look forward to seeing you in your spots and bright colours tomorrow.

Enjoy your summer 2D!

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What a fantastic start to year 2 made by all year 2 on Countess Way! 2D has settled in so well to the class routines and has even begun year 2 learning which is amazing.

We have been focusing on Roald Dahl as a significant author and have combined our knowledge of George’s Marvellous Medicine and capacity to design our very own marvellous medicine. The children have worked calmly to produce their medicines, ensure we had no spillages, worked accurately to read their scales and they used their incredible imagination to think up an incredible concoction.

I hope everyone has a safe and wonderful summer and look forward to hearing all about it in September! Thank you for working so hard these last few weeks.


Mr Morrison

Year five and four had an amazing morning yesterday when we all walked to the Kingston Library. Everyone had a fantastic time discovering all about the summer reading challenge, exploring all the different types of books, reading their favourite and picking out books from our year group author (Michael Morpurgo – year four and Anthony Horowitz – year five).


All the children were totally engaged, model students and all of them were desperate to go back and take out their favourite book. They all loved the trip and we hope they take up the summer reading challenge at their local library this summer!

Mr Kerin and Miss Snowdon.