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During our reading of The London Eye Mystery we came across several clues, we thought about what they could mean, how they might relate to the mystery...we wondered if any were red herrings, we shall read on to find out...
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World Book Day

World Book Day 1 Pyjama-Rama for bedtime stories!
World Book Day 2 Pyjama-Rama for bedtime stories!
World Book Day 3 Pyjama-Rama for bedtime stories!
World Book Day 4 Pyjama-Rama for bedtime stories!
World Book Day 5 Pyjama-Rama for bedtime stories!
Our focus this half term is detective fiction. As we entered the classroom this morning we greeted with a crime scene and a trial of clues to follow to find out about our new class novel, 'The London Eye Mystery, by Siobhan Dowd. We can't wait to get stuck into this story!

In Flanders Fields

 

In the spring of 1915, shortly after losing a friend in Ypres, a Canadian doctor, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae was inspired by the sight of poppies growing in battle-scarred fields to write a now famous poem called 'In Flanders Fields'. We read the poem and recited this individually and in groups to one another.

 

Survival Skills!

 

This half term we are going to be examining a range of Survival stories. 

 

To introduce the topic we went on a hunt for survival essentials hidden around the school grounds. It was a lot of fun exploring and looking in a variety of places. Once we had collected all the items we discussed the possible uses and ranked them in order of necessity and importance. We located items such as a net, a torch, a compass and many many more. It really made of think about the difficulties we would would face without the luxuries of home!

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