Lots of pupils attempted the writing challenge last half term.

If you did – thank you, you’re a…

Are you ready for this half term’s writing challenge? Here it is:

In this story by Michael Morpurgo, a brave little robin returns home from an exciting journey.

Can you describe in as much detail as possible exactly what the robin sees as he flies home.

Remember to include:

  • adverbs of time
  • adverbs
  • ambitious adjectives

Good Luck (and be descriptive!)


My. Christmas 🎄🌲💐


On Christmas Day I went to my aunts house for dinner . I had Christmas I really liked the Christmas 🎄 diner .then we pulled crackers.then we had sweets ⛄️☃️❄️🍭🍬🍫☕️🍪🍪🍸🍺🍻🥂🍷🍴🍴🍽🥣🥡🥢🍰👪👨‍❤️‍💋‍👨💝💘❤️🧡💛💚💙💜🖤💗💖💓💞💟🕎🏙🌃🌌🌉🌁🌆🌇🎆🎇🌠🗾🎑🏞🌅🌄


my family presents


Today I am wrapping presents for my family. On Christmas day I’ve got mum a candle, my oldest brother strong candle because he is full of oil every day because he is a mechanic.
I’ve got my second oldest brother a candle and my Grandad after eights dark chocolate and dad a pack of boosts because nothing can go wrong with chocolate and finally my Grandma a pack of Aeros.



Homeless people are vulnerable because they don’t have a home, job and enough money to survive. There are many reasons why people may become homeless this is because they don’t receive support from family and friends, uneducated, have a mental health illness or have grown up from a poor background since childhood. Homeless people can get help from the local authority such as the police and the local council. They can go to food banks and call the shelter line and other charities.


My gaming

A review of Minecraft


Pegi Rating: U


What is the aim of this game?
To get creative
What did you like about this game?
You can change your character and even you can mine blocks.

What hints or tips can you give to other gamers about this!
You can get creative

How long might it take someone to complete this game?
Would you recommend this game to someone else? Why?
It is fun and you can enjoy playing it


My Christmas


Christmas is a time of year that Christians celebrate. You leave presents under the tree on Christmas Eve so everybody can only open 1 present. Before you go to bed, you leave outside reindeer dust so the reindeer knows where Santa Claus is and a carrot, cookies and milk for Santa and the carrot for the reindeers. The next day my mum is always the first one wide awake and we all open our presents and then have breakfast we have bacon butty’s and at around 12’o’clock my grandma and grandad come and we all open more presents and I have loads the next day.


Charlie and the Chocolate Factory

A book review of Charlie and the Choclate Factory by Roald Dhal

Book reviewed by: ZAIBUNNISHA


What was this book about?
Charlie gets the golden ticket and goes to the factory.
Who were the main characters in this book?
Willy Wonka, Charlie Bucket and Grandpa Joe.
Locate a word you were unsure about and write it below.

What age group would you recommend this book to?
6 and older


Horrid Henry

A book review of Horrid Henry by Francesca Simon

Book reviewed by: Ria


What was this book about?

Horrid Henry wants his teeth to come out because every single person in his school has lost one tooth.

Who were the main characters?

Horrid Henry, Perfect Peter

Locate a word you were unsure about and write it below.

What age group would you recommend this book to?

Year 2


Christmas shoe box.

Christian shoe boxes are really important to other kids that are not really lucky enough to have all the amazing things we have. So for that reason I am telling you to spread the message and get as many shoe boxes with nice presents that are allowed to send to other countries.

It might not mean anything to you but it can mean the world to the people in need of food and money, this could make their lives a lot happier.


So please help us to spread the love around the world.🎁🎁🎁🎁🎁🎈🎈🎁❤


Homeless people


Today I did my home work for Mrs Booth. I did a poster about homeless people and my poster said information about people who are homeless.

1. Hold a poster up so people know that your homeless .
2. go in busy places.
3.say good morning or afternoon to people that’s using your manners.

1.never ask people for money/that’s cheeky. not go knocking on people’s houses for money.
3.never be rude to people that’s not going to get you any money.


Star Blogger – Year 3


Your challenge this half term is as follows: write your own mini saga.

Your 3 golden rules are:

  1. Be original
  2. Only use 100 words (or just less)
  3. Your story must have a beginning, middle and end

Here are some ideas to help:



My holiday to Makkah


On the 19th of October my cousins and my grand parents and my family were going to Makkah. Some people came to our house before we left and my friend came to play with me and we played hide and seek. My mum called a van to take us to Manchester airport and we checked in and they took our luggage and we waited for the aeroplane which was called Saudi Arabia airlines. The plane arrived and I played on the iPad on the aeroplane. After 15 hours and 60 minutes we landed and we got off and they got our luggage back then we went out of the airport.