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Golden Book 15/03/24

21 March 2024 (by admin)


Bellavieve has had a very busy couple of weeks. Last week she was thinking about Little Red Riding Hood.  While doing this she painted the woods, made cakes for granny and wrote some of the story.

This week thinking about how we travel in the air she has made a very cool helicopter.   She has also done some very fine reading and counting which has impressed us all.  Well Done



In Oakleaze Class we have been reading our class novel ‘The Girl Who Speaks Bear’ by Sophie Anderson.  As part of our learning, we have put ourselves in the shoes of the main character, Yanka.  Beau has written a super informal letter from Yanka to her father, Anatoly, using the correct layout and presented his work well.  He is working hard on his editing skills as well.  Great work, Beau.


I have chosen Oliver for the Golden Book today because at every opportunity he displays one of the most important of our school values. Integrity.

I’ve seen Oliver in learning and in play and throughout those times he consistently makes the right choices, showing respect and inclusion. He is polite, well mannered and worked extremely well with his stop frame group on World Book Day – you should be proud – Mr Howard


Pippie you are a hard working and respectful girl.  You are always polite to friendly to your teachers and your friends.  You have recently produced a super storyboard.  You listened carefully to the story of Red Riding Hood and thought how you could change the story to make it your own.  And you did – Rosa met a tiger in the rainforest!  You worked independently, thinking carefully about each part of the story.  Well done Pippie, great work!


I was so impressed with the effort Ruby put into her Non-Chronological report about an undiscovered creature. She really thought about the technical language she put into her report and also used all of the features of a Non-Chronological report. Ruby, has also been so much more focused in lessons and engaging so much more in class discussions. She is also trying hard to meet her personal challenges at home. Well done Ruby. We are proud of you.