Sentence A sentence is one word or a group of words that makes sense by itself a grammatical unit. Verb tense Verb tenses tell us the time when an action took place, in the past, the present or the future. Many of you will be wondering what is happening with the new secondary site on Barwell Lane. Consonant and consonant cluster The alphabet is made up of 26 letters, 5 of which are vowels a, e, i, o, u and the rest of which are consonants.
We have had false snow, ice and many winter experiences. Pupils new to the school have settled in well and it has been good to see them so confident around the primary sites. Jamie in Jupiter gave Claire and Victoria a massive cooking challenge yesterday — the challenge being the cooking not the pupils!.
Imperative verbs Imperative verbs also known as "bossy verbs" tell someone to do something. High-frequency words High-frequency words are some of the most common words in the English language.
Children learn to read and spell common exception words throughout their time in primary school, particularly in Reception, Y1 and Y2.
The young people have been amazing.
What a fantastic week our Work Experience days have been. Verbal reasoning Verbal reasoning is a form of problem-solving based around words and language. Root word A root word is a basic word with no prefix or suffix added to it.
Next week is moving on week for our older students with lots of activities around life after school work and leisure and I hope you join us for the moving on event on Wednesday 5 July. Please let us know if there are things you would like us to support you with so that we can plan sessions for the future.
Have a good weekend. Hercules have visited the new site this week and it is good to see the walls going up. We have also had some visits to the new school this week and have some fabulous pictures of the turret skylights in the new school. Hippo thinks his bum's too big.
The use of talk partners is a common technique in the primary-school classroom. Story setting A story setting is the location in which a story takes place. Adverts, posters and travel brochure are all kinds of persuasive text.
Some great things have been happening this week and I hope we take the theme of healthy living forward every week. Please feel free to send in extra outdoor clothing to keep pupils warm whilst out playing. We have secured the funding and are ready to start building phase one to replace the upper school site.
Vowel The alphabet is made up of 26 letters, 5 of which are vowels a, e, i, o, u and the rest of which are consonants. Rhyme Rhyme is the repetition of similar sounds in words, usually at the end of lines in poems and songs.
Our school councils meet on Friday 13th January so no doubt lots of new ideas will come from them for this term. 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.
R, Amy H and Alexie C. Annabel and Lauren took part in a gymnastics competition with Annabel winning bronze and Lauren getting gold - fantastic achievements where hard work and commitment have paid off.
The children then had chance to read from the script, acting out different roles. Our pupils from the two bases were placed across the classes at lower school and the pupils were brilliant at helping with lots of jobs or supporting younger children a great ad hoc work experience for them all and a very tidy library for lower school!.
This week our new Family leadership programme started with a group of parents and their children from Key Stages 3, 4 and 5 helping our pupils and their families make decisions about their futures and to gain a better understanding of what is available locally as they progress into adulthood.
The children can cut out and stick the words in order alphabetically then make up their own meanings for the words. Diary entries, newspaper articles and letters are all forms of recounts, Relative clause A relative clause is a type of subordinate clause that adapts, describes or modifies a noun by using a relative pronoun who, that or which.
We have had a super start to the new term with children working and playing hard. I would like to say a big thank you to Sue Whawell who has organised and coordinated all the events for Moving On week as it has been very successful.
Synonym Synonyms are words with the same or similar meanings. Apostrophe Apostrophes are punctuation marks used to show possession and to show contraction also known as omission. Let your children write their own play script with this handy script template resource. Perfect for use in your literacy lessons or even your role play area!
KS2 English lesson plan and worksheets on arguments. cwiextraction.com is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want.
cwiextraction.com is the place to go to get the answers you need and to ask the questions you want. A bumper pack of KS2 assemblies to get you through Summer Term 2!
This pack includes assembly PowerPoints and scripts for the upcoming events of Healthy Eating Week, the Wimbledon Tennis Championship, Refugee Week, Father's Day, Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr.
Let your children write their own play script with this handy script template resource.
Perfect for use in your literacy lessons or even your role play area!Writing a play script from a story ks2 maths