Well what a success World Book Day was!!

World Book Day is an amazing opportunity to remind ourselves of how enjoyable and important reading is. Reading allows us to take ourselves on amazing adventures, without stepping foot out of the door. Dr Suess was spot on with his quote, ‘The more you read, the more things you will know. the more you learn, the more places you’ll go.’

Yesterday we had the chance to clear the morning’s timetable, and partake it a variety of different activities…


The class had so much fun working their way around each activity, and it was a great chance for them to share their love for reading with others.

We also took part in the whole school ‘read in an unusual place’ challenge. Year 4 had VIP access to the staff room for our whole class read. We are currently reading Michael Morpurgo’s ‘Why the Whales Came’.

The day was great fun and we had a whole school assembly, in the afternoon, to show off our amazing costumes!

Thank you for all your support-the children looked fabulous and I could tell a lot of effort had been put into their costumes!


This week’s Golden Award went to Naomi. She is such a hard worker who always puts her all into her work-what more can I ask for?!

This week’s Writing Award went to Thomas. We did some tricky work on complex sentences, this week, by adding a subordinate or relative clause into a simple sentence (main clause). Thomas did this really well and used some great vocabulary.

Miss Slater

AuthorCatherine Slater