Tell the Teacher

This post is for you to tell the teacher anything you would like to.  BUT you may not use the word, “cool”!! [...]

Our History Walk

We went for a walk around our local area today, to see how the area had changed over time.  We walked past houses, visited the swamp area a [...]


We read the book Fox by Margaret Wild yesterday.  Fox has some really interesting words in it – but some of them are really tricky!  [...]

Wendy Binks artwork

The wonderful Wendy Binks visited our school recently.  She talked to us about how she came to write and illustrate her books.  Unfortunat [...]

A Fraction of our fraction work

I found these photos hidden away in my camera.  They were taken a couple of weeks ago when we were doing our fraction activities.  Thought [...]

Scrumptious Ice-cream Similes

A simile is a phrase which compares something to something else and uses the words ‘as’ or ‘like’. The children had [...]

Show, Not Tell

  We have been trying hard to show, not tell when we’re writing.  Showing is much more effective than telling – if we tell [...]

Real vs ‘Unreal’ Sentences

We have been talking about what we need to include to make a sentence.  Here are some of the things we came up with: Sentences must have: - [...]

Protected: Lucy’s Adventures in Australia

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post. [...]

Fraction Activities

We have continued our work on fractions with a whole lot of different activities.  We have learnt that 1/2 means one out of two equal parts [...]

Our Historical Classroom

A huge thank you to the children who dressed up today (and to the parents who assisted them to do so).  Also, a huge thank you to Mr Payne [...]
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