Across School Handwriting Intervention
See below for resources about our Penpals handwriting scheme. There is a poster for:
World Book Day Showcase
As part of our World Book Day events, KS2 pupils read and then completed a piece of extended writing based on the picture book: The Barnabus Project by the Fan Brothers.
To celebrate the completion of the work, three of our KS2 pupils (Amelia Y3, Poppy Y4, Evie Y5) attended a World Book Day Showcase writing event with the other twelve Beacon Alliance schools, at St Joseph and St Bede’s in Bury. They shared their enjoyment of the book and extracts from their writing, with children and staff from the other schools.
I was so proud of them. They spoke clearly, with confidence and obvious enjoyment and pride about their work. Well done girls!
If you want to know more about the book, read on...
Book Outline: "The Barnabus Project" by the Fan brothers is a heart-warming picture book that follows Barnabus, a misfit creature living in a laboratory, as he dreams of a better life and leads a group of fellow creatures on a daring escape. Along with themes of individuality and self-discovery, the book emphasizes the importance of teamwork and friendship as Barnabus and his friends work together to overcome obstacles and achieve their goal of freedom. Suitable from 5+
YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f7TVpVcMpHQ
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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