Kian’s story is almost ready to publish! Here is short extract:
Peggy ran down the stairs, grabbing his musket and headed to the beach.
“My musket is way better than your cutlass!” boomed Peggy. The musket hit with such force that it chipped it! As the swords clashed they noticed a ship emerging from the gloomy and dim clouds.
Kiyarnah has been working so hard on her Pirate story this week.
Here are a few extracts from her story so far:
“Get on your knees and scrub the decks!” Captain Sally bellowed. She stood, with her hands on her hips, surveying her crew. They trembled at the sight of her. She wore a red hat hat with a skull on it, a blue coat with purple buttons and a silver belt….
Day and night she searched on the beach, through the wood, in some rivers and inside her ship. It had gone, vanished.
Look out for the published book, coming soon!
Last week, a group of Year 6 students had a wonderful day as part of our Enabling Enterpise Project. They visited Carillion Construction in Birmingham.
Year 6 had a great Pirate Day. We dressed up as pirates and took part in many fun activities, including treasure hunts, map making and flag designs. Some children even had to walk the plank! Watch out for our fabulous pirate inspired writing topic.
We are so proud of how the Year 6 children are conducting themselves this week. They are all working hard, trying their best and looking after each other. This is all we ask of our children and they are proving what ‘Dazzling’ children they are!
We have lots to look forward to:
- Double PE this Thursday afternoon. What a great way to unwind after the last test. Make sure you have your PE kit
- Pirate day on Friday. Come dressed as a pirate!
- The next spelling bee competition – coming soon.
- Drayton Manor trip on 24th June. (A letter has gone home about this)
School will be open for Year 6 children Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday this week. We will be serving toast, bagels, fruit and brioche. This is to allow children to feel settled ahead of the tests.