Handwriting Competition Winners

Congratulations to everyone who entered the Handwriting competition – you have produced some beautifully presented poems and it was very difficult to judge.

Everyone who entered has earned a prize but the overall winners were:

Come and see me at play time on Monday for your prize.

Mrs Graves

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LKS2 Celebration of Learning

We have had a lovely afternoon celebrating the learning from this Autumn’s expedition. The children read beautifully and the singing was great. We are so proud of them all!

Well done to everyone who took part – a snapshot of the event will follow, but in the meantime, here is the video we shared this afternoon….

Mrs Graves

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LKS2 Celebration of Learning

We are really looking forward to you joining us for our Year 3 and 4 Celebration of Learning on Friday 8th December at 2pm in school.

The children have been working really hard and can’t wait to share their learning with you all.

There will be a raffle.

Thanks

Mrs Graves

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Superstar writers ✍️ 🌟

4B have been superstar writers, preparing their biographies for the final product and celebration of learning. I canā€™t wait for everyone to see their amazing work when itā€™s all published!

Miss Brown

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4B PE

This week we have been completing some active teamwork and memory games. Well done to everyone for taking part and working well as a team.

Miss Brown

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We are geographers 🌏

This week in year 4, we have been locating and researching countries around the world using different resources. We also been learning about why people migrate to Doncaster. We were lucky to have a special video call with a lovely woman called Meltem who had a book written about her experience as a refugee and she also lived in Doncaster.


Miss Brown

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LKS2 Pride of Plover

It was another lovely Community Crew on Friday, when we awarded the latest year 3 and 4 children with their Pride of Plover certificates and yellow T-Shirts.

Well done to: Emma, Hasty, Liva, Lena, Karlie-Rose and Alex – your hard work and determination has really paid off!

Mrs Graves

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Expert Speaker in LKS2

Today we were so lucky to be joined virtually by Meltem Avcil, a former Doncaster resident and the main subject for the book we have read ‘Meltem’s Journey – A Refugee Diary.’

We have started to think about why people come to Doncaster nowadays and Meltem joined us to share her personal and emotional story of how, as a young child, she fled her homeland to find herself in Doncaster of all places.

Following a time a detention centre, she eventually moved to Cambridge where she now lives.

Her story is one of determination and resilience and she was a real inspiration for the children this afternoon – they couldn’t wait to ask her questions.

For our final piece of writing, the children would really like to learn the stories behind our own school community and what attracts people to Doncaster or what makes people stay – so we would appreciate it if you could support your child, when they come home wanting to ask you questions about where you are from.

Mrs Graves

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