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๐Ÿ“šHAPPY WORLD BOOK DAY ๐Ÿ“š
WHAT'S YOUR FAVOURITE STORY?

We hope that you enjoy celebrating this special day together.
Make time to read. Today. Everyday! ๐Ÿ’™

Keep a look out on Showbie for staff sharing their favourite stories over the next few days... Let us know what your favourite book is or share a photo with us.

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๐Ÿ“šHAPPY WORLD BOOK DAY ๐Ÿ“š
WHATS YOUR FAVOURITE STORY? 

We hope that you enjoy celebrating this special day together. 
Make time to read. Today. Everyday! ๐Ÿ’™

Keep a look out on Showbie for staff sharing their favourite stories over the next few days...  Let us know what your favourite book is or share a photo with us. 

#benedictbiscop #allthingsarepossible # worldbookday

In Year 4, we have been focusing on living things and their habitats. We explored our local habitats
to identify dangers in the local environment, as well as using these to suggest positive changes that
we could make to help the environment. We recorded our observations on a map as well as in a
table to see our research and findings. ๐Ÿ’™
#benedictbiscop #allthingsarepossible
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In Year 4, we have been focusing on living things and their habitats. We explored our local habitats
to identify dangers in the local environment, as well as using these to suggest positive changes that
we could make to help the environment. We recorded our observations on a map as well as in a
table to see our research and findings. ๐Ÿ’™
#benedictbiscop #allthingsarepossible

Year 5 have been studying the Tudors, and we have been looking at the dissolution of the monasteries and whether Henry VIII was a good king! We thought about some of the problems the Tudor monarchs faced and discussed what Henry did to solve his own problems, giving him a rating out of 10 for problem solving. We have also been writing playscripts, incorporating different the points of view of different people from the Tudor era, such as a farmer, a monk and a rich nobleman. As part of this, Year 5 have been doing some wonderful persuasive writing, trying to persuade King Henry to listen to different opinions.๐Ÿ’™
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Year 3 children have been exploring and investigating the discovery of Tutankhamun's tomb. The children have become historians by exploring historical sources to gain a better understanding of the past. The children are then going to use everything they have learned to become newspaper reporters and write a report about the discovery of Tutankhamun.๐Ÿ’™
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Year 2 have been exploring how to make soup for the Food Bank. They have explored different recipes and the best way to make a balanced, nutritious meal. The children also created their own shopping list of ingredients where they worked out how much it would cost to make their soup. Some children compared prices with different supermarkets. The children in school helped chop, peel, grate and weigh the ingredients before enjoying a delicious vegetable soup with homemade bread. Children at home made their own soup too and completed an evaluation where they thought about what went really well and what they could better next time. Delicious. ๐Ÿ’™
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