You can find out important information about the beginning of the new term on our weekly newsletter here. Have a lovely Bank Holiday weekend and we will see you on Tuesday.
Dear diary, I saw that Jessica got into my diary and I have appointed a guard… my pet ladybird Dave! Yazzy loves it but mum thinks I’m being silly Yaz wants to say something
Yah Dave the… ladyguard? No, sounds he’s a girl umm… guardbird, but he’s not a bird. Anyway Dave is an excellent guard, he once guarded my pencil for me and no one stole it
Yeah, but you chew your pencil…
Shush. Look, you’re making Dave sad.
Sorry Dave, you’re an excellent guard… oh we’ve got to go now, bye Dave
Volume I: The Prince and the Old Woman
In Italy 400 years ago, there lived a Prince Ferdinand. He lived in a large palace with his 19 brothers. Because he was the oldest, he was next in line to be king. One day, his father, King Alberto, decided that it was time for Ferdinand to get a wife. For the next 3 weeks, maidens from all throughout Italy came to prove why they would make a good wife to him. Unfortunately, Ferdinand didn’t like any of them. One day, an old woman entered the palace. She told Ferdinand that he wouldn’t find his ideal wife, but they would find him. Ferdinand thanked the old lady and asked the king to stop the search. For the next few days, Prince Ferdinand lived a normal life, certain that the old woman was right. One day, when he was out shopping in the market, he met a beautiful young woman buying fruit. The prince fell in love with her immediately. Her name was Isabella, and she was a poor young woman. Ferdinand decided that she was the correct woman to be his wife. He bought a wedding ring and the next time he saw her in the market, he proposed to her. She accepted the proposal straight away and they lived happily ever after.
You can find out what the children have been learning in the last week of the Spring term, along with other important information about the school community here and on the class blogs on the school website. Children return to school at 9am on Thursday 20th April 2017. Have a good holiday.
We are going to have a Bring and Buy Sale to help people affected by the famine in East Africa.
When there is famine, people don’t have enough food to eat. They may not also have enough water or medicine to keep them healthy. Every day children are dying from starvation, dehydration or sicknesses.
So, the School Council decided to do something about it and they want you to help.
They have organised a Bring and Buy Sale. This will be on Friday 21st of April at 3:30pm. Each class will have their own stall.
We would like you to bring good quality items to sell at the fair that other children would like to buy.
- Do you have any brilliant toys, books or games that you no longer use, that you think other children would like to buy?
- Would you like to buy something little to donate from your own pocket money?
Please bring your donations to school on the first day back.
Please remember to bring some money to school, so that you can buy something from the sale on Friday 21st of April.
Have a good holiday.
By Maia and Jiya, School Councillors
You can find out what the children have been learning this week, along with other important information about the school community here and on the class blogs on the school website.
Remember that children love it when their parents and classmates comment on what they have been learning on the class blogs.
Hello again school isn’t that bad but unfortunately Jessica has followed me to school. I have had my braces removed and I look beautiful though, this is Yasmine she wants a say in my diary
Hello, I’m Yasmine, nice to meet you, I like kittens, OK I’m done
IS THIS JAWS’ DIARY? SOOO CUTE SHE KEEPS A DIARY! 😉 I FOUND IT IN HER LOCKER ( HER LOCKER WAS OPEN) SHE’S NOT REALY JAWS ANYMORE SO SHE CAN BE …”THE DIARY DORK “ OK BYE SHE’S COMING NOW HA “DIARY DORK”
So this amazing creature is the mix between a Gorilla and a Tarantula and looks a bit strange. Maybe very strange but I am going to explain it any way. Okay, you ready? Imagine a Gorilla, now imagine Tarantula. Got it? Now combine them so it has a gorilla top half and 8 huge hairy tarantula legs come out. That is what the most wonderful most terrifyingly awesome creature the Groantula is.
They live in the grassy planes of the Savanna where they gobbles up at least a ton of insects a day (keeping the environment from being infested with bugs) then it slurping it down with a slurp of morning due on the grass.
Unfortunately they are hunted by cruel, harsh animals- Boommbers which are a type of bird that swoop down from clouds and snip their sharp beaks at your skin one peck and a whole chunk of your flesh and bones is in their mouths. They are attacked so much by these creatures that the Groantula species themselves are dying out. Scientists want to move them over to a different country but sadly we don’t know enough about them yet to do so but if we do it would be to Las Vegas to unite it with its tarantula part of itself.
Keep on checking up for more info on new creatures!
This is my new blog (my old one was bookworm) I hope you enjoy Jasmine’s story!
I’m Jasmine and this is a whole new school. Yay? I know this is silly but I’m kinda scared I mean Jessica didn’t tell anyone where she was going. What if she’s followed me here for another… 6 years of tormenting? Yasmine’s coming here so I will have a friend I just hope I won’t be “jaws” here at oxford green… sorry I’m “jaws” because of my braces, I’m going to get them removed soon ,hooray!!!!! But until then I’m “jaws”
Oh and PS if you see handwriting like this it’s Yasmine my best friend and if you see writing like this Jessica the school bully!
As we approach the final fortnight of the Spring Term, the majority of classes are preparing for their Memorable Experiences. You can find out about these, what we have been learning this week and other important information about the school community here.