The Masked Reader

Take a look at our World Book Day website! Children have looked at the website during Crew this morning. We currently have a lot of excitement in school as children ask one another, ‘Who’s that behind the book?’ Each day leading up to World Book Day, 4 masked readers will be added to the site with clues to their identity. Can you guess who is behind each book?

Are you feeling inspired? Why not send a picture of yourself, with your face hidden behind a book, to your teacher. You could try other ways to disguise your identity too! You can also write your own clues to try and help your peers work out who is hiding!

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https://sites.google.com/ploverschool.co.uk/ploverworldbookday2021/the-masked-reader

Wonderful Book Week!

This week, we are celebrating books and reading, ending with our very own World Book Day event.

Have a look at the Plover World Book Day website for fabulous competitions, links to brilliant books and fantastic ideas to help you celebrate World Book Day!

Find out more about this year’s Books for £1, to help you plan how to spend your voucher.

Check back every day to join in with our Masked Reader competition and add your book reviews to Padlet.

https://sites.google.com/ploverschool.co.uk/ploverworldbookday2021/digital-library

Enjoy!

Mrs Graves

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The end is near!

Good morning 2P for what is the start of our last week learning apart (hopefully!).

I really can’t wait to get the whole class back together again and catch up with you all. This week needs just one more really big push to keep the learning going and keep engaged with everything that has been planned. I know you can all do it!

This week is mainly focussed on creating a poem for the final product of our expedition. You can even begin researching poetry based on the Fire of London if you want to pinch a bit of a head start!

Have a great day.

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Pride of Plover

The winner this week was as difficult to choose as always.

Our winner was someone who has shown great determination and resilience in their learning. They have only recently rejoined the school but they have already shown how keen they are to impress. They have a clear passion to want to do their best learning all of the time and they are not afraid to think of ways to improve what they have done. This week’s winner is…

Barrington!

Congratulations!

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Donuts!

A massive congratulations to Tim who was the winner of our reading incentive over the last month. Every child who read a book (either online or in school) earned an entry into the draw. The wheel was spun yesterday and Tim was our lucky winner. Massive congratulations to you.  Please don’t eat all of your donuts in one go or you might be regretting it!

Well done to everyone who managed to get involved and keep up that amazing reading practise!

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Dunkin Donuts!

Children across school have been reading and quizzing to be entered to win a box of 6 Dunkin Donuts. Your teachers are incredibly proud of the effort you have put into reading over the past few weeks!

Due to success of this competition, we have decided to run the competition again! There will be a winner from each class and every time you read (and quiz for those children in KS2) in school or at home, you will be entered into the draw!

You have from Friday 26th February until Thursday 26th March to enter. Winners will be announced in Pride of Plover assembly on Friday 27th March, with the winners bringing their boxes of donuts home from school with them!

Good luck everyone!

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World Book Day – Friday 5th March

World Book Day will be celebrated in school and at home on Friday 5th March. We would love all children to get involved in the fun. This year, the theme of World Book Day will be ‘Books That Make You LOL’. We would like to invite all children to dress up as a character from a book that makes them laugh. There will be prizes up for grabs for the most creative efforts put into a costume.
Please see our exciting World Book Day Google Site for all the information you will need for the big day!
https://sites.google.com/ploverschool.co.uk/ploverworldbookday2021/home
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Determined learners.

Well done 2P for all of your brilliant efforts this week. I have really seen how resilient and perseverant you are being with your learning. You all deserve a huge shout out for this.

I also want to give a shout out to Shayen for his brilliant use of bar models to represent his multiplication problems. Your learning was so clear. Shayen, Scarlett, Ara and Luca have also earnt a shout out for their first drafts of their fire safety posters. You can really see the progress from the first plans all the way to the improved first drafts. You all deserve my virtual Plover Praise postcard for your brilliant work. Well done!

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World Book Day

World Book Day will be celebrated in school and at home on Friday 5th March. We would love all children to get involved in the fun. This year, the theme of World Book Day will be ‘Books That Make You LOL’. We would like to invite all children to dress up as a character from a book that makes them laugh. There will be prizes up for grabs for the most creative efforts put into a costume.
There will be a ‘decorate a potato challenge’ which we invite everyone to have a go at. You can decorate a potato as a character from any book or even decorate several potatoes if you are making a scene from a book. We also will have a competition just for fun based on the TV show, ‘The Masked Singer’. Staff have hidden their identities behind books and you will be using the clues to discover who is behind the mask!
Vouchers will be emailed to all parents and carers for the World Book Day £1 books. These will take the place of the normal paper vouchers. Some shops are requesting paper copies of the vouchers so please check before spending the voucher. If you find you need a paper copy but do not have access to a printer, please let your child’s teacher know and they will print you a copy.
We can’t wait to see your costumes and celebrate with you!
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