I am very proud to say that the Fishlake Floods poem Year 3 and 4 wrote during lockdown in March has been published in a brand new book documenting the floods. The book is an incredible document of the flood and has been written by residents of Fishlake. They were thrilled to hear about our poem and asked to include it in the book.
Today was the launch of the book in the village and I was proud to present them with our beautiful framed poem and artwork, which is going to be placed in the village hall.
They in turn, presented me with a copy of the book to bring into school So well done, your beautiful work is both published and on display for posterity in the village!
I wanted to celebrate the lovely work that the children have been producing, so we now have a new class display ‘Work to Bee proud of’. Well done to Shashank, Pranav, Felicity, Zeynep, Maisie-Ella and Esther for the first six pieces of work on the display. The work shows the explanation texts, diary entries and posters that we have written in English lessons.
Here is a sneak peek of some of the art work that will be featuring on our final product at Doncaster Train Station. The children are so excited to see the final draft! They have worked so hard through the critique process to make their artwork the best it can be! I am sure you will agree that they have done an amazing job!
A shout out to Leon, Kaycie, Oliver, Maison and Craig! They were so proud of their work today that they asked me if I could take a picture to share on our blog. I have loved reading your newspaper reports and I feel so, so proud of you all! 5 crew coins each! 💰💰💰💰💰
John-Henry and Lucas were so excited to share their writing with me this afternoon. I was blown away by the effort both boys had put into their writing and I feel so proud of both of them! Well done you two! -Miss Blackham