This week, Class 6 have been writing their own stories based on The Tunnel, by Anthony Browne. We looked at how we can use ambitious sentences to make our writing exciting and engaging, as well as choosing specific vocabulary to add atmosphere and depth to our writing.
This week has been a busy week! Firstly, we have been sorting out our Book Bingo choices as well as supporting the younger year groups with theirs. We also got the opportunity to interview Dermot O’Leary about his new book. He was absolutely lovely and really funny! Lots of us have enjoyed reading his books and would recommend them. A big thanks to Miss Campbell for helping to sort this out too.
As we approach the end of the year, we will soon be saying goodbye to Class 6. I’ve been extremely proud of how well they’ve managed everything this year and how they’ve made good progress in their learning. When you see them around school, please wish them well for their last week and good luck with secondary school.
A big well done to Class 6 on their wonderful Leavers’ Service on Tuesday. You should be very proud of all the memories, thanks and prayers you wrote. It was wonderful to be back in Southwark Cathedral as well for the final service of the year.