Author Fiona Eadie came into school to share her historical stories of working on a canal boat 200 years ago. Imagine being a ‘legger’ pushing the boat through a long tunnel with only your legs!
We walked along the canal trying to picture how things were 200 years ago. No engines just horsepower. The canals were filled with tow boats busily transporting their cargo to London. Today our canals are used for leisure and fun and we’re pleased to see all of the regeneration taking place.
Stroud Canal Walk
Friday's guided reading
22 January 2021
Hello all, I just clicked on today’s link to listen to David Walliams read. Unfortunately, it has been removed and you can’t hear him read the extract. It was there when I planned this last week so sorry about that. You can still click the link to read his work and some of you may even have the book. Miss Nesbitt
A's Pop Art inspired work
21 January 2021
Look at A’s fabulous Pop Art inspired by Andy Warhol. If you have created your own this week don’t forget to email a picture for us to see! Hope you are keeping safe and well Ruby class. Mrs Holland & Miss Heague x
Art sheet help
20 January 2021
Hello Diamond and Ruby children, The art sheet help link doesn’t work on the home learning tab. Sorry about that. Here is the link you need.
More fabulous creativity from R...
15 January 2021
Look at these beautiful stained glass window decorations created by R. They’ve been made using old sweet wrappers. I certainly think this is one to try if you’ve got any wrappers left over from all that Christmas chocolate!
15 January 2021
W has been busy challenging himself to complete his 99 club! Well done W, you’ve completed it and with time to spare too! Excellent work.
R's super dot painting
13 January 2021
R has been busy making this super painting inspired by the picture book ‘The Dot’. I love how he has carefully selected and placed certain colours. Perhaps it has inspired you? We would love to see more dot inspired art work from Ruby class; you can email it to firstname.lastname@example.org where Miss Heague and myself can enjoy it. We hope you have enjoyed speaking to the adults in Ruby class and if you haven’t heard from us yet this week, hopefully you will by the end of Friday. Stay safe everyone, we miss you. Mrs Holland x
08 January 2021
Look at J’s super poem about her winter walk. It certainly sounds pretty chilly! Have you got any exciting poems you would like to share with us?
Hello Ruby class
06 January 2021
Hello everyone! We’re so sad to not be seeing you all and hearing about your Christmas break. We’ve been busy getting home learning sorted for you all so please check the homework tab to find this. Ms Heague and I will be calling you this which we are very much looking forward to. Keep safe everyone and we hope to see you soon x
Ruby Classroom Displays
14 October 2020
Have a look at what we’ve been doing in class. Ask your child all about the reading challenge!
01 September 2020
We hope you are excited as we are about meeting you tomorrow! What exciting things can you spot in our classroom picture? See you at 8.45am at the main gate. Miss Heague and Mrs Holland