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Year 5 & 6 Christingle

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This week, parents of Year 5 and Year 6 children were treated to a spectacular and beautiful, yet rock and roll, Christingle.  A special well done to all those children who braved the stage to do a reading, dance or singing.

 

Year 6 Maths

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We are improving our maths skills, multiplying by a two-digit number!

Well done Jack.

Year 6 SEARCH

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Year 6 enjoyed a visit to the SEARCH museum in Gosport to support their current topic about Charles Darwin.  The children got hands on with a wide variety of animals and activities to find out about Darwin’s theories of evolution by natural selection. Thank you to all the staff at the SEARCH Museum.

 

 

BRILLIANT BLOGGERS

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A massive well done to all our budding and brilliant bloggers!  Amongst the 616 entries from all around the world, Wildground published 14 in response to the 100 Word Challenge, Week 13 prompt.

Congratulations to Grace who is the first infant blogger and received no less than 9 comments!

Well done to all those that didn’t quite manage to publish as well.

Thankyou to everyone who left comments – we received over 80!

Mrs Addleton

Week 14 100wc: This weeks new prompt.

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Attention all Authors!

This weeks prompt is very unusual!

Watch the clip at:

www.100wc.net

and then create your blog about this monkey!

Is the gibbon angry?

What is it thinking?

What is it trying to do?

I am sorry I couldn’t embed the clip or link for you to click on – I will keep trying but for the mean time you will have to visit the 100wc website!

Have fun!

Mrs Addleton

 

 

New Prompt: Week 13 100 Word Challenge

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Calling all playtime & golden time bloggers, here is this weeks prompt:

This week, we return to a part of a sentence. Remember it has to be part of your story with no changes.The prompt is:

the tiger was blocking our escape

Things to consider:

Where are you?
Who are you with?
Why is there a tiger?
Why do you need to escape?

Come and find me if you don’t have a login to publish on the school blog.  I am in Gazelles or you can find me in the ICT suite at playtime’s except Tuesday.

Mrs Addleton

 

Week 12 100wc NEW PROMPT

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Hello Budding Bloggers,

This weeks prompt is a bit different; it’s not a photograph or a phrase this time.

You have to include ALL of these words in any order:

Sandwich  Battery  Energetic  White  Hurried

If you don’t have a login and want to enter the 100 word challenge this week then come and see me.  I will be in the ICT suite at playtimes (except Tuesday).

Mrs Addleton

100wc Week #11 Prompt

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This weeks prompt is a mysterious picture.

Things to think about:

Who is it?
What are they doing there?
Should you be afraid?
What is the climax of your story?

Cant wait to see your blogs this week!  Please see Mrs Addleton if you want to enter the 100 word challenge but don’t have a school blog login.

 

Reflection – Wildground’s Fifth Learning Value

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Children across the federation took part in activities to introduce the fifth learning value of Reflection.  Year 6 spent time re-drafting a picture using positive observations and suggestions from their peers to improve it.

Year 6: Russian Day

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Year 6 celebrated the end of their topic about Russia by taking part in Russian Day.  Dressing up in Russian themed clothes, the children took part in various activities including Russian dancing, art, making Russian dolls, cooking and tasting of traditional Russian dishes.  Parents joining Gazelle and Fossa classes were treated to the childrens’  informative power point presentations about significant physical features in Russia and some of their imaginative folk tales.