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Well, what a busy fortnight we’ve had since half term. We have started many new topics, such as newspaper writing in English, length and perimeter in Maths and the digestive system in science. Last week, we were very lucky to host Shropshire Music Service’s Soul band concert in the school hall. The children fully enjoyed listening and taking part in the singing and dancing. Afterwards, we discussed how it made us feel all warm and happy and highlighted how we couldn’t stop moving to the rhythm whilst they were playing. This week, we have also attended a workshop with local author Amanda Humphries. She was very captivating and encouraged the children to create their own imaginary lands and creatures within the clouds. Finally, we marked Remembrance Day yesterday. The children have learnt the poem, ‘Flander’s Field’ by John McCrae and we completed some comprehension questions to help us understand it a little more. We also made some artistic poppies, which are now on display in the classroom – check out our class page on the website for some photos of our work.

Photos of the children's freeze frames from our newspaper article, 'Brave Beowulf Beats Beast' and children measuring the playground in metres during maths.