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DSAT Literacy May 27
Brilliant as per usual, when the intentions are clear teaching and learning is too :)
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MowmacreHillPrimary May 22
Opportunity to consider writing standards and progression across the school. We've created our own Writing 'Pebbles and Breadcrumbs' after insightful training from !
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Impact May 26
The Foundations of Literacy - skills every child needs to master from the Literacy Framework. For further information email enquiries@impact.wales
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Parkland Primary May 2
The staff all had a lot of fun on Monday morning performing Romeo & Juliet to the children to hook them into our Shakespeare topic!
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Inspiring Leaders TT May 3
'We are all have our own journeys, but we will also have a lot in common. The course!' Great feedback on collegiality from our 19/20 Trainee cohort. 0116 3184066/07432 016112
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Mrs R! May 4
Saw this on Facebook and love the message😍
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BraunstoneCPS May 9
Thank you so much to the volunteers from Santander who came to help us with the labelling of 3000 books for our Accelerated Reader program. Mission accomplished 👨‍🏫
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Greystoke Primary May 14
We’ve been selected to be part of the judging panel! Can’t wait to see the new books!
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Parkland Primary May 15
Thank you to Vish from for working with Year 4 this morning. It was fun to incorporate PE and movement into our written punctuation!
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MowmacreHillPrimary May 18
Reading is a doorway - talk to children about reading, read to children everyday, provide a language rich environment & curriculum, explicitly teach vocabulary in the context of GREAT books - context is 👑
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Parkland Primary May 20
This afternoon, Year 4 created a scene from Romeo & Juliet using language and pictures. We then took each other around with our eyes closed so we could fully experience the language and atmosphere!
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Parkland Primary May 20
Year 4 have been showing off their knowledge of Romeo & Juliet through fun English games!
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Captain's Close May 11
More examples of RSC inspired projects from
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Captain's Close May 11
Rehearsals well under way with Roberta
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Captain's Close May 11
First run through ... some amazing interpretations. Well done to our whole cast and brilliant staff ! Many thanks to Roberta our director.
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Merrydale Junior School May 11
'A plague on both your houses. They have made worm's meat of me.' We're so proud of our pupils who took part in Romeo & Juliet - an evening in Verona
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Captain's Close May 11
You are amazing- we’re proud too! Well done
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Merrydale Junior School May 11
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Captain's Close May 11
What a day- amazing! We are so proud of all of you
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Captain's Close May 11
What a phenomenal day we’ve had with our associate schools. A fantastic performance - we are proud of all of you. and our super teachers
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