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What an amazing trip we had last Friday.
The children visited the tunnels used during WW2 that helped to keep people safe during the bombing raids.
Congratulations to Miss Armstrong and her soon to be husband. They will marry on Saturday 8th April 2017.
Miss Armstrong will return to Spindle Point after the Easter break as Mrs Peters.
We hope that the sun shines brightly for your celebrations on Saturday! xx
We are very excited to start building Roman war ships!
Check out our class blog later today where we will put photos of our day.
I decided to read Billionaire Boy by David Walliams whilst waiting for Moana to start at the cinema. I wonder who else has been reading in unusual places this weekend? From Mrs McGann
Can you write a short story in the style of Morpurgo, using exactly hundred words?
Here is an example written by a KS2 child:
Whitebeard the snowman sailed the icy puddles, searching for his stolen treasure. He steered his ship, the Old Red Sledge, through back streets and down sloping garden paths. His eye-patch fluttered in the chilly winter air. Whitebeard frantically followed the fading trail in the snow, tracking the thief’s once crisp boot prints. ‘Avast, me hearties!’ he exclaimed as his eye fell upon the blue and white striped scarf of his enemy. It lay discarded in the snow. He anchored his sledge, lifted the scarf and found it – his stolen treasure. A lump of jet-black coal. His prized left eye
To celebrate Storytelling Week, we are learning all about Michael Morpurgo.
What unusual facts have you found out so far?
What is your favourite Morpurgo book?
Did the “Butterfly Lion” have any surprises in?
Leave your comments.