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Wow Work Of The Week Archive: 2022 - 2023

Navan, in Year 4, researched Sikhism and what Sikhs believe.

Jovan, in Reception, independently wrote a letter about a trip to the seaside.

Jovan, in Reception, independently wrote a letter about a trip to the seaside.

Fatima, in Year 4, wrote her favourite ice-cream flavours in Spanish.

Serena, in Reception, wrote what she would bring in her beach bag.

Kyra, in Year 5, wrote an exceptional persuasive letter to Queen Victoria as Doctor Barnardo explaining why workhouses should be closed using all features taught in Year 5.

Zayd, in Reception, drew his family at the beach.

Casey, in Year 6, discussed on the transition to Secondary school and the difference from Primary and how we might handle any issue that may arise.

Saiharsha, in Year 2, has created a timeline about the important events leading up to the moon landing.

Zayyan and Vincent, in Reception, wrote instructions on how to build a sandcastle.

Mawahib, in Year 4, classified animals using a classification key.

Anika, in Year 6. discussed living things offspring and how they may vary.

Daniel, in Year 4, created his own classification key based on observations of an animal's characteristics.

Poleboina, in Year 1, made edits to her work.

Kaelen, in Year 1, created a verse to add on to the poem Squirting Rainbows using the poem as inspiration.

Ilisha, Elijah and Andrei, in Year 6, explained why the British Values are significant and explained what the world might be like without them.

Lewis, in Year 6, independently plotted coordinates on a graph and drew the shapes

Tommie-Lee, in Year 6, wrote an adventure narrative based on Ice Palace by Robert Swindles.

Zayyan, in Reception, used full sentences to label a picture of a beach.

Veronica, in Year 2, used her knowledge of rhyming couplets to write a short poem about the country Norway.

Aarush, in Reception, wrote about the different aspects of 4 religions during creative week.

Avi, in Year 4, contributed to class discussions during Poetry Day and then annotated and wrote his own verses.

Faith W, in Year 5, used her prior knowledge and learning throughout poetry day to write two lovely stanzas inspired by 'A Red, Red Rose' by Robert Burns

Kyra, in Year 5, annotated Rober Burns' poem "A red, red rose" and has written her own version.​

Esther, in Year 3, described the layers of the earth including what they are called.

Mollie, in Year 5, used all her new knowledge of the Tudors to write a non-chronological report about Henry VIII and his wives. ​

​Ilisha, in Year 6, wrote an incredibly descriptive creative writing piece on Star Wars.

Darshana, in Reception, wrote a post card using her knowledge about Africa.

Maddyson, in Year 6, explained how plants and animals produce offspring of the same species as them.

Nihal, in Year 4, wrote a non-chronological about the Anglo-Saxons.

Aafiya and Kaarun, in Year 5 used all the drawing skills they have been learning about to draw fantastic portraits of Edward VI and Anne of Cleves. ​

Ananya, in Year 6, studied William Kentridge and how he uses charcoal shading to create dramatic effects. Ananya was asked to reflect her 'Happy Place' through Art, in the style of William Kentridge.

Selina and Huzefa, in Year 4, studied triangles and their angles.

Jaycee, in Reception, created her own African pattern using paint.

Rachana, in Year 2, used her knowledge of the regions geography to create a riddle about a country of her choice.​

Amirul and Ayaan, in Year 5, developed their drawing skills of shape, shading and proportion by creating a portrait of King Charles III.

Lena, in Year 3, researched 7 questions about Julius Caesar and answered them using information provided.

Alex and Maisie, in Year 6, explained the similarities and difference between fully developed plants and their offspring.

Ar-Raiyan, in Reception, labelled the features of different African animals and explained why they need them.

Kyra, in Year 5, used historical knowledge and devices taught in English to write and inform about Henry VIII.

Harry, from Year 5, used his drawing skills in art to practice creating shadow, reflection, hatching and cross-hatching.

Zinedine, in Year 2, identified the lines of symmetry in a 2D shape.

Ellis, in Reception, independently wrote some number bonds to 10 on a whiteboard.

Afsana and Musa, in Year 4, explored the use of time and converted time of different measures.

Christina, in Year 4, identified and used the prefix 'anti'.

Aafia and Roxie, in Year 5, wrote the 2nd verse to Robert Frosts poem "fire and ice"​

Year 5: Annabel carried out then wrote about her experiment to separate solids and liquids. She included fronted adverbials, relative clauses and the correct scientific language in her work.

Our Nursery pupils, Lucas, Ryder, Reet and Lola used pastels and stencils to draw pictures of the Space.

In Nursery, Sophia and Sky drew a lovely picture of an astronaut.

Thinuga, in Year 2, produced a leaflet on how to save the planet based on our POR book​ including statements, commands, questions and exclamations.

Reuben, in Year 4, has been investigating privacy and how if there wasn't any, what would happen.

Frank and his group, in Year 5, completed an investigation to demonstrate the effects of air resistance using a flat sheet of paper and scrunched up ball.

Cal​eb, in Year 6, created active voice sentences and converted them into passive voice. He also edited sentences to ensure they were kept in the same tense when they were converted.

Hashir, in Year 4, wrote sentences which include a prepositional phrase.

Maddy, in Year 6, wrote active sentences then identified the subject, verb and object.

Aqsa, in Year 2, asked questions to find out more about our POR book.​

Aryan, in Year 2, ordered numbers in ascending and descending order taking extra care with his number formation and presentation.

Arieta, Casey, Arsen in Year 6, designed and made a model sculpture of Queen Elizabeth ll using clay.

In Nursery, Maria and Sophia used Purple Mash to design a crown for the Queen and the King.

Ellie, in Year 6, wrote a biography On Queen Elizabeth II, explaining the significant events that took place in her life.

Nuwairah, in Year 4, researched Queen Elizabeth II and her reign.

Jessica and Anahita, in Year 4, sketched and painted Queen Elizabeth II.

Jiya, in Year 5, designed a World War 2 military medal and described how it is won.

Lehman, in Year 5, designed and made a war medal. He named it "Long roots of loyalty".

​Ellie, Waqas, Elise and Alex, in year 6 wrote a report explaining the importance of moral acts.

Olly, in Year 2, has learnt about rules in Judaism. He has learnt about the meaning of each of the 10 commandments and why they are important.​

Avi and Leo, in Year 4, studied the history and achievements of Michael Jordan. They then created their own artwork depicting Tolerance.

Millie, Anum, Hansini and Vanessa, in Year 6, created posters sharing their views on diversity and why it’s important to be treated equally.

Emily, in Year 5, wrote a fantasy story using the skill of using the correct subject-verb agreement.

Masoud, in Year 6, wrote a newspaper article on the evacuation of children during WWll, using a range of cohesive devices

​Tomas, in Year 2, used the conjunctions he has learnt to write his own adventure story in the same style of our Power of reading book.

Eeshta and Aoife, in Reception, identified and labeled important people to them.

Theo, in Year 5, explained why he needs to use a subject and a verb within his sentences.

Leon, Nihal and Hashim, in Year 4, wrote a short story including the skill of inverted commas to show when a character is speaking.

Maisie, in Year 6 has written a cohesive newspaper report about the evacuees during WW2, using adverbials to show contrast.

Lena, in Year 3, identified how many pumpkins there are in Spanish and used her maths skills of addition to show many pumpkins there were in each sum.

Sanvi and Srinika, in Nursery, drew a picture of her mummy and a dentist using pencils.

Agamya, in Year 5, identified the parts of the body in Spanish.

Leon and Amin, in Year 4, identified and wrote the Spanish names for places around school.

Lily, in Year 2, explained how people would look, feel and sound in different scenarios.

Dan H, in Year 5, explored and tackled different stereotypes.

Yaqub, in Year 6, outlined the benefits and dangers of exposure to the sun and how to balance this.

Christina, in Year 4, explained her likes and dislikes.

Masoud, in Year 6, explained how we can keep our body healthy while we grow by looking into sleep routines and sun safety.

Nuwairah, in Year 4, researched Maya hieroglyphs and explained their use.

Anan​ya, in Year 6, explained the roles of men and women before and during WW2, using adverbial to link her paragraphs.

Faith S, in Year 5, used the correct subject verb agreement for singular nouns.

Idris and Faaria, in Reception, have been learning about people in their families. They independently traced over family members names then wrote them underneath.

Sammy, in Year 4, wrote sentences to correctly show how to use singular and plural nouns.

Hashim, in Year 4, answered mathematical sums using the Mayan Number system.

Elise, in Year 6, used adverbial to write cohesive paragraphs about a theme in the POR book.

Rumeha, in Year 2, understood the purpose for and used conjunctions ‘but’ and ‘or’ correctly in sentences.

Tyler, in Year 4, identified the correct plural nouns and wrote his own sentences using them.

Anabel, in Year 5, structured sentences using the correct subject verb agreement.

Leon, in Year 2, has identified tens and ones in a two digit number.

Phoebe, in Year 5, rounded numbers to the nearest 10.

Soham, in Year 1, counted forwards and backwards and write his numbers in word form.

Aurora, in Year 4, wrote a poem based on our School Assembly 'All about me'.

Afifa, in Year 5, used singular and plural verbs.

Zaynab, in Year 6, identified place value up to 10,000,000.

Abu Bakr and Shayan, in Year 4, calculated 1000 more and 1000 less.