At the beginning of book week each class were
presented with a picture which we had to write about, making up a story. The
whole class worked together on the story by each individual person jotting down
ideas and then sharing them, forming a great collaborative piece of writing.
Each class swapped with another class and continued with writing their
story. Reception class was paired with Mr Hale, Year 1 with Year 2, Year 3 with
Year 4 and Year 5 with Year 6. We continued alternating between each-others
stories until we had a result of seven brilliant pieces of writing with a taste
of two different classes in each story. Personally I really enjoyed doing the
shared writing, I feel it really stretched my imagination and I would love to
do it again.
I interviewed someone to find out what they thought about the
shared writing and this is what she said:
‘ I liked it because
we were sharing our ideas with another class and I liked their ideas to improve
our work. They were interesting and it was fun to collaborate with such a great class, and I would
love to do it again but with a different class.’
Overall I think it was a really enjoyable thing to do.
Thursday we all dressed up in different costumes. Everybody found it very
interesting. It was a really good experience because everyone can show who they
were andsee who
other people are too. In the morning
we all went outside and showed everyone our costumes some parents came and saw
us in our costumes we also got pictures taken.
are some interviews which have been taken by 2 people. It’s about how they felt
about world book day
really enjoyed world book day and like seeing other peoples costumes. One of
them was dressed up as the iron man and the other one was Harry Potter.
really enjoyed wearing my costume I was Bat Girl. It was really creative seeing
other people’s costumes and giving me ideas for books to read. It was quite funny
and embarrassing at the same time. It was especially funny when my wig got
stuck on the tree and got tangled. Me and my friend dressed up as the same
I have asked a Y3 about the perform workshop they did
and got an interview from them:
The person we were interviewing said she was excited
during the event. She said it was enjoyable because of the fun activities to
The person also said the best moment was the fact that
everyone had a chance she liked it that way.
When I asked her what she thinks she would say if I said
it wasn’t fun she said, ‘I would say why don’t, you like it? I think it was
particularly fun and wonderfully funny.’
I also asked her what she thinks she would say if I
showed her a video of the workshop. She said she would ask her mum if she could
join perform. I don’t know why she doesn’t join anyway!
If she could add one thing it would be more dancing.
Her one word to sum the workshop up was ‘exhilarating’. To
conclude she gave me the idea it was an excellent joyful experience. She
thought it was extremely fun. All the class did these workshops but
unfortunately I wasn’t there on the day.
The parade for the world
book day dress up happened on Thursday but there was another thing going on. On
Thursday at 2:50pm there was the teacher’s book relay. I thought the relay was
a competition and there will be a winner:it was just teachers reading a book
and swapping over when the bell rings, although for year 6 it was the telephone
When I interviewed people
from Year 4 before the relay they said that they think they will choose one
book, and time the teachers with a stop watch to see which teachers were
Two of the kids I
interviewed said their teacher will win because ‘she’s really fast at reading’.
Some other people from my
class said it was really funny when the teachers came running with their
When I interviewed the year 1
teacher she said that she read books for year 4 and year 6. I asked how she
felt before she entered the class room, she said she felt really confident, but
after she told me year 6 was too noisy and year 4 was listing really nicely
like her class. Just to say she dressed up like a golden compass called the
aleitheometer from ‘His Dark Materials’.
Today we had
a vote for our school football pitch because the school council said we are going to have a vote about this. Most people from our class voted for a
bigger football pitch but 1 day without playing any football. Some people didn’t vote
for this because we had another choice of having football every day and to make
the court smaller also use the other side of the pitch for other ball games like basketball.
We didn't have a vote for the top garden but the school council chose the new rota. Some people like the top garden from our class but unfortunately KS1
is having Monday, Tueday and Wednesday KS2 only twice on Thursday and Friday. The school council are helping us to make our play ground a better place.
Bob the unicorn was the saddest unicorn in all the unicorn
world. Why? I hear you ask. Because Bob was grey and dull, he had no beautiful rainbow,
pink or purple colour and instead of magical golden dust, Bob only had grey
smoke spurting from the tip of his matt grey horn. Now, Bob was the only
unicorn in the rainbow world with this unusual and sad colour, and nobody knew
At Bob’s school for colourful unicorns, he was made fun of
awfully and every day he would come home crying to his mother unicorn, Pat.
Even though Bob was very dull, sad and ashamed of his colours, his mother and
the rest of his family loved him very much. And even though he knew that his
family loved him very much, Bob wanted to run away from all the bully unicorns
at his school to somewhere he would be respected for a his unfortunate colours.
So one night, Bob crept away into the rainbow darkness and disappeared.
Yr6 went to the RAF Museum
[Royal Air Force Museum] Everyone thoroughly enjoyed seeing all of the giant
war planes and helicopters, I found it very interesting.
My favourite plane was the
Lancaster Bomber : It carried a bomb that was designed to skim across the large
dam in Germany. I also found the Kurtis Kittyhawk fascinating with its aero
dynamic structure and the shark mouth painted on the plane`s nose.
There were also many
simulators in the museum, which let you feel as if you are in a plane in the air. There was one
simulator where you could go inside one of the planes and steer it.
think everyone learnt a lot about the WW2 air raids.It made me think I didn't want to be in a
shelter for that long during an air raid because you might get a dead leg. Also
the noise would be terrible, aside from the fact your town is being demolished by bombs.
On 20TH January we went to St. Paul's Cathedral to celebrate the anniversary of 3 different schools, Lady Margret's secondary school who had reached a point were they were 100 years old, Archdeacon Cambridge primary school who we celebrated their 175th year of age with. We had an excellent history of Ashford primary school who are turning 200 and how a man donated lots of money to a charity when he died. The school was founded as the only school in Ashford and now since the start of OFSTED got rated as good, the schools best ever result. We had excellent songs to sing: the best, I think was 'Oh Come Let Us Adore Him'. I am sure the other people on the trip would agree. A piece of information about each of the schools was shared and we said goodbye to the Bishop of London and heard a special sermon chosen by him. Finally we had a relaxing journey home and it was the end of a great day in total we all thoroughly enjoyed it.
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