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07/07/20

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📢Our 'Virtual Award' goes to: For the virtual engagement with pupils throughout the lockdown & outstanding participation with the LYG virtual challenges. Well done! 👏👏👏 https://t.co/qScOySIGUr

06/07/20

Proud to appear in ’s newsletter because of our virtual delivery of during the period of COVID-19. We have loved taking part and can’t wait to see how we can join in in the future. https://t.co/Z58cAb7NHc https://t.co/9cnmpsMy4k

06/07/20

Year 1 have been scientists this afternoon! They made predictions and carried out an experiment to see which objects would float or sink! 💧 https://t.co/IgtSJmw157

05/07/20

🎈Happy Birthday 💙Thank you! Proud to say that our Y6 history curriculum teaches the children about the introduction of the NHS and its impact as part of their ‘How WW2 Change Britain’ unit. https://t.co/c96lgft2wk

05/07/20

Thank you so much ☺️

05/07/20

we have really enjoyed participating. Thank you for the opportunity.

05/07/20

Amazing. Thank you ☺️

05/07/20

We have tried to email the email address above however it keeps bouncing back as undeliverable.

05/07/20

🥇Congratulations Camden! 👏👏 We have loved taking part in over the past for weeks and being a part of 💜. Thank you for this opportunity and to for your promotion! https://t.co/zdWoJ20kDJ

03/07/20

Miss Budd’s bubble loved their Friday disco! We all had a great time learning new dance moves and dancing our hearts out! 🎵🌟 https://t.co/VmKdRvxvjT

03/07/20

That is amazing! Thank you so much. Someone will be in contact with you via email shortly :)

03/07/20

🏅 are pleased to announce that we submitted 500+ entries over the course of the from children in the academy & at home. Well done to all who took part. We believe around 100 children did. 👍🏼Thanks ! https://t.co/tixa8LCbQ1

03/07/20

We have submitted over 500 entries over the course of the Virtual Games from children back in the academy and at home from around 110 children.

02/07/20

KS2 Key Worker bubble's weekly roundup! We have been extremely busy!! We have looked at comparing money in maths, discussed causal conjunctions and looked at touch typing in Computing. We even managed to all run a mile. https://t.co/tKQf4VhEam

01/07/20

King in 2 Keller's class can describe what he is wearing in French. Bravo! 🇫🇷 https://t.co/txaDM2L8m8

01/07/20

Mrs Rowland and her son, Karl Y3, completed their 1 mile challenge today for . They are passing the virtual baton over to you..... take up the challenge, submit your scores support https://t.co/EukDw8OvWA

01/07/20

At home, Henry in 4 Hawking has created a triorama describing animals and their habitats in French. Bravo!🇫🇷 https://t.co/6UBiUtGDoQ

01/07/20

Mr Hunter’s year 1 bubble taking on the wall ball challenge! Great effort from everyone!! 🎾 https://t.co/mPYJKn68K8

01/07/20

Final challenge - Wall Ball challenge. How many can you do in 60 seconds? This is the final push for Show us what you can do 💪🏆 https://t.co/IhzM95DtxI https://t.co/4xG79vdBwh

30/06/20

Today in Miss Dupe and Mrs Ellis’s bubbles, the focus has been on symmetry. The children have created butterflies, showing symmetry in the paint patterns. 🦋🦋🦋 https://t.co/MJpbjYo4pM

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Reading Questions

Questions to ask before your child reads a book:
 

  • Why did you select this book?
  • What makes you think this book is going to be interesting?
  • What do you think the book is going to be about?
  • Does this book remind you of anything you've already read or seen?
  • What kind of characters do you think will be in the book?
  • What do you think is going to happen?

Question examples while your child is reading a book:
 

  • What has happened so far?
  • What do you think will happen next?
  • How does that character feel about what has happened? How do you know?
  • If the main character in that story lived next door, would you be friends?
  • If you were that character, what would you have done differently in that situation?
  • Where is the book set?
  • What does that description mean exactly? Why has the writer chosen those words?
  • What does the place look like in your head as you read? Would you want to visit there?
  • Did you learn any new words or facts so far?

Questions examples after your child has finished a book:
 

  • What was your favourite part of the book? Why?
  • Who was your favourite character? Why?
  • What was the most interesting thing you learned from the book?
  • Why do you think the author wrote this book?
  • Would you have ended the book differently? Did it end the way you thought it would?
  • Did the problem of the book's plot get solved?
  • If you could change one thing in the book, what would you change?