Hayleigh, in Year 6, has created a fantastic big write, persuading Winston Churchill to begin a series of initiatives to aid the war effort.
Apoorv, in Year 6, is showing he understand how to apply his skills of scientific investigation.
Nikola, in Year 6, has written a fantastic piece of poetry, paying particular attention to form and use of poetic devices.
Yaqub, in Year 2, has written an investigation on finding the best material to make an umbrella.
Ellie, in Year 2, has written a riddle and has included suffixes in her writing.
Manuel, in Year 3, was able to write a narrative using noun phrases.
Lenya, in Year 3, was able to use the short division method to divide a two-digit number by a one-digit.
Shiloh, in Year 6, wrote an informative report about WWII and its causes.
Manan, in Year 6, wrote a fantastic poem about spring, including a variety of stylistic devices to engage the reader.
Kamila, in Year 1, measured the volume and capacity of different containers of liquids and recorded this in a chart.
Frank, in Year 1, wrote information on ‘How to look after a fish’. He used conjunctions and checked his work for basic punctuation.
Annabel, in Year 1, was able to identify human and physical features in Feltham and was able to locate these on a map.
Harry and Zara, in Year 4, designed a kite.
Ardra and Senudi, in Year 1, havebeen learning about carnivores, herbivores and omnivores so they've used this knowledge in their work.
Aroha and Daniel, in Year 1, wrote a persuasive letter.
Gulina, in Nursery, made a picture from the story we have been studying this term"No dinner" where she drew grandma and the pumpkin where grandma decided to hide and was able to retell the whole story.
Nour, in Nursery, wrote some CVC words independently. She then was able to read them to her friends.
Rebecca, in Year 6, wrote a fantastic fictional narrative about a child being evacuated to the countryside during WWII.
Lilly, in Year 2, investigated the best material to use for an umbrella and wrote about her findings.
Ansh, in Year 2, solved word problems in maths.
Anika, in Year 2, was able to label a world map and name the continents. She then came up with her own questions that she wanted to research and carried out research to find these out.
Anum, in Year 2, worked really hard to be able to explain why division cannot be solved in any order.
Aisha, Riley and Sarvah, in Reception, wrote instructions on how to make tea.
Shasmeen and Prathoshan, in Year 6, worked independently to explore the relationship between fractions in different forms and explained how they can be converted.
Amelia, in Year 6, wrote a fantastic fictional narrative about evacuees in WWII and used a balance of registers to convey character.
Nicol, in Year 5, secured her knowledge on Prime Numbers in Mathematics.
Prabina, in Year 5, wrote a persuasive letter to a headteacher persuading them to exclude a child, based on our POR text.
Yuku, in Year 3, was able to compare the differences between the Stone Age and Iron age.
Gonza, in Year 3, was able to use the grid method confidently to multiply a two digit number by a one digit.
Zeinab, in Year 4, wrote a chapter about our POR book ensuring she has used inverted commas effectively.
Minza, n Year 4, wrote a non-chronological report about Europe using her own research.
Aakanskha, in Year 5, studied Biomes across the world.
Samad, in Year 5, studied Prime numbers.
Mason, Tiyanna and Arian explained what sound waves look like in relation to pitch.
Benny, in Year 4, wrote a persuasive letter.
Benny, in Year 4, wrote a science investigation.
Elizabeth and Tia, in Year 5, rewrote the lyrics to ‘Our Community’ so it reflects the community we are in.
Vaidehi, in Year 1, looked at drip style painting inspired by the artist Pollock.
Jeremiah, Kelia and Prisha, in Year 1, studied warm and cool colours and made a contrast painting showing warm on one side and cool on the other
Harry, Piotr and Julia, in Year 4, have been sketching broken Ancient Greek buildings.
Liam, Ella, Vladut and Manan, in Year 6, inspired by Jean Michel Basquiat created their own patterned skulls.
An Chen, in Year 3, was able to conduct a science invesgation grouping materials according to whether they are magnetic or non-magnetic.
Zubair, in Year 3, was able to explain what volcanos are and how they are made.
Millie, in Year 2, has been looking at the life of Charles Darwin and wrote a biography about the famous explorer.
Oliver, in Year 2, has been identifying and represent numbers in different ways.
Elise, in Year 2, has been looking at the life of Charles Darwin and wrote a biography about the famous explorer.
Mikayeel, in Year 2,has been looking at how to identify and represent numbers in different ways.
Shazmeen, in Year 6, wrote a non-chronological report on fossils.
Mateusz. in Year 6, compared two numbers and explained his choices.
Nicol, in Year 5, ordered and compared numbers.
Anqi, in Year 5, wrote a non-chronological report on the culture of India.
Kyra, Senudi and Shriya, in Year 1, answered their own questions in Humanities.
Benny and Arian, in Year 4, wrote sentences using conjunctions.
Kofi, in Year 3, was able to round digits to the nearest 10 and explain his reasoning.
Suhaib, in Year 3, was able to round digits to the nearest 10.
Kofi, in Year 3, was able to write a letter using a range of sentences to engage the reader.
Dakota, in Year 3, was able to write a fictional letter using compound sentences to engage the reader.
Justin, in Year 5, was able to round to the power of 10 and explain his reasoning.
Annaleise,in Year 4, explained place value in maths.
Kimall, in Year 4, wrote a big write recount for the legend of Odysseus.
Thomas, in Year 4, can round to the nearest 10,100 and 1000.
Piotr, in Year 4, wrote an outstanding recount of the Adventures of Odysseus.