Good Work Assembly Friday 17th October

Jake has produced excellent work in maths. He always tries hard and is making much better progress.

Imogen created a lovely superbug by mashing two mini-beasts together (scorpion and fly).

Rebecca- for her fabulous independent work on similes and her superb snappy slogans.

Lucas- for creating an imaginative super bug using super scientific knowledge throughout this week.

Ayaan wrote his African adventure story independently, he has used capital letters and full stops.

Izzy has created a super giraffe and has described how she made it.

Luisa has drawn and labelled a picture of what we should wear in P.E.

Kelsey – for improving her persuasive writing, and responding to verbal feedback. She really made her teacher hungry.

Jamima- has made a fantastic Mexican pinata out of colourful paper mache.

Tobi has created an observational pumpkin image. We think it’s fab!

 

James has been trying very hard with his reading this week. He has started AR and he is doing really well.

Aryaan impressed the teacher by his PSHE work. He has created a piece of work about people who help him in school.

Braden wrote a great diary entry in his yellow book. You should be really proud of yourself! Picture to follow…..

 

Good Work Assembly Friday 10th October

Jed has done a fantastic description of this setting; he has included lots of detail.

Angel has done some fantastic work this week. She has worked really hard in year 2 so far and Mr Bell is really proud of her. She knows lots about time, she knows o’clock, half past, quarter to and quarter past.

Summer took her time to design her butterfly with a symmetrical pattern.

Star of the week – Rudy for his fantastic vocabulary used in RWI- and in his other Literacy work.

Ebony worked really hard, independently, to create her own dream catcher.

Jake- has made huge improvements in writing, speaking, listening and reading over the last few weeks because of the extra effort he puts in all the time.

Lucas- for trying really hard and creating a developed piece of scenery description using good connectives.


Ayla has worked really hard all week thinking about teams and what this means to be a good team member.


Connor is in good work assembly today for his fantastic writing on the Mayan ball game. He has really pushed himself and worked to the best of his ability.

Zak Taylor is a maths whizz! He loves writing number sums.

Ellie and Olivia have done some fantastic writing. We have been practicing writing exciting sentences and they have both included an outside (inside) sentence.

Jessica – For brilliant subtraction work including borrowing. You are concentrating really hard in every maths lesson.

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Good Work Assembly Friday 3rd October

Take a look at our children’s fantastic work from Good Work Assembly on Friday! Well done to of the children whose work was selected.

 

 

 

 

 

Good Work Assembly Friday 19th September

 

Abby & Lucy have produced fantastic posters showing their Top 5 things to do in New York. They have thought about the layout and presentation. They have also used persuasive writing techniques.

Ayla worked independently to create The Rainbow Fish. Super!

Shirin made pizza out of playdough. Then she wrote a sentence about the ingredients she had used.

Lewis found this tricky to begin with but once he concentrated he succeeded and was able to use the column method for addition.

Charlotte has been working really hard across the curriculum. In RWI she remembered that proper nouns need a capital letter-we had been learning this in Literacy.

Alisha is an amazing artist. Her work is always neat and detailed.

Rysa has shown real improvements in her writing and has shown a great understanding of our class book “Holes”.

Grace was selected for completing an interesting and logical report, which included both technical vocabulary and connectives.

Morgan was in good work assembly for her fantastic Mexican skull. She worked carefully to create an effective design. She then evaluated it and considered what she could have done to make it better. Well done Morgan!

Ruby has completed two super pieces of literacy work this week. In the first one she used a verb and a connective, the next an adverb! A brilliant start tot he year!

Millie has worked really hard in maths this week! Well done Millie.

Good Work Assembly September 12th

Toheed was Class 7 Star of the week for this fantastic E safety he made at home.

Reegan is making super progress in his maths.  He showed everyone his precise rounding work from his maths book.

Holly has worked hard to write instructions for her mini pizza recipe.

Savannah and Jenna brought shape work and demonstrated that they both know the key features of 2-D shapes.

Ayla also brought some shape work and she was able to name shapes from listening to a description of their properties.

Comfort brought her line drawing of an invertebrate.

Do you recognise it and can you name it?

Joshua and Cameron used their fact finding skills to produce this poster about the Mexican Festival “Day of the Dead”.

Joe’s fantastic sketch map of Mexico.  He looked carefully in an atlas to find Mexico, looked at the borders and found the seas.  Joe has a great attitude to learning and is keen to do his best work.  Keep it up Joe.

Thomas and Sakina had both impressed their teachers with the way their maths skills are improving.

Sami and Mason listened to the story of Elmer the Patchwork Elephant and wrote their sentences independently. Well done boys.

Good Work Assembly 5th September

This was Callum’s first piece of work in Year 3. He concentrated really well and remembered his writing skills from Year 2. This has made a great impression.

Class 7’s star of the week is Harry for his excellent team work in our ‘Engage’ activity during the cornerstones lesson. He really helped Nimrah and worked with Alfie.

Bronwyn has achieved high standards in her maths work all week. She has excellent knowledge of the number system-well done!

In Class 4 we are thinking about the colours of the rainbow. Husna drew Elmer the patchwork elephant and wrote a sentence independently.


Wow, Evie has wrote these numbers independently-keep up the great work!

Joe had made a super start to Year 2, lots of connectives, capital letters and time connectives. He earned himself 3 House Points!


Tarryn overcame her fears handling mini-beasts showing fantastic perseverance.

Adarsh showed a great strategy for adding and subtracting, well done!

William collected the names of 14 states and matched them with the name of the corresponding nature tribe on a hunt outside. He used an atlas to help him label the states In the correct place. He worked quickly and neatly.

Mazhar has had a brilliant week, setting a good example of working hard and following class rules.

Class 14’s star of the week is Bobby. He was chosen for completing holiday tasks carefully as asked and for taking ‘holiday snaps’ of our class mascot in faraway places!

Class 13′s star of the week is Lucy. She has drawn an amazing Mexico picture using inspiration from Year 6′s cornerstones topic. Well done Lucy!

Good Work 18th July

Abigail has worked really hard on her Pandora’s Box, she created a net, decorated her box then filled it with bad things and good things.

Lilly-May and Holly worked hard to plan a bat around the U.K. They used an atlas to help them and Google Earth to choose places that looked nice.

Yasmin is Class 5’s star of the week for her super writing about the life of Captain Cook.

We have finished our exciting topic about dinosaurs and Kayden has created a fantastic mind map showing everything he has learnt. He has even written more on the back!


Callum is Class 8’s star of the week for working really hard on is reading and achieving his Accelerated Reader target for the first time! Callum’s latest pass scores are shown in the picture-he has passed every single quiz!

Faith’s big wheel design

Faith was the winner of our school competition to design a huge painting for a bicycle wheel that was part of a Tour de France Land art design.  Faith’s design was painted by some Year 5 children with some specialist guidance from Mrs Long.  We are not sure exactly where it was located in Keighley and have not yet spotted it on any TV footage.  Have you seen it and if so where?

Reward Assembly June 13th

Dhuha wrote a sentence about how to plant a seed,  she then improved her work by writting it again.

 

Husna has worked extremely hard in her maths recently, she is a confident mathematician and demonstrated this to Mr Williamson with her amazing take away skills.

Jayden has produced two very detailed line drawings. Well done Jayden!

Jude has shown his fabulous note taking skills when finding out about invertebrates using the internet.

Mia is working extremely hard at the moment. Last term she finished a handwriting group and she sets her work out so neatly. This was evident in her half term homework where she produced a fantastic information page about Ancient Greece.

 

Rubaab worked independently describing her special place, I like the use of her adjectives!

Caden has worked really hard to improve his writing – it is coming on beautifully! Well done Caden-keep up the hard work!

Reegan worked really hard to complete his poem based on Roger McGugh’s poem the Sound Collector.

Jordanna spent time researching headwear as part of our art lesson. She designed a hat suitable for a lady from the 1920’s. Her design was very detailed and she took great care to make the finished project.

Jake has used a magnifying glass to create a fantastic fossil! He carefully listened to facts
and realised that the facts answered one of his very own questions about
dinosaurs.

Jake has produced a very emotional piece of writing, which includes lots of information about the war.

Charlotte has created a very mature and convincing letter of complaint. Her opening and
closing paragraphs makes what she is writing about very clear. She also used rhetorical questions very well!

Rudy worked independently to create a great piece of descriptive writing about Miss
Trunchaball. Well done Rudy!

 

Bacteria!

Class 11 have taken part in an exciting science investigation.

We investigated where in our classroom was the dirtiest.

We tested many places including:
The sink
Mrs Sharples desk
A pen
A reading book
The door handle
The light switch
The floor
A chair
The window
The clock

Where do you predict would be the dirtiest place?
Why do you think that?

Look back later for our interesting results!