Read for my school

This week all reading challenges should be completed on the read for my school website.

Read for My School is a national schools reading competition that promotes reading  by challenging pupils to read as many books as possible across two months of the spring term. Throughout the competition there are prizes and awards to be won for schools and pupils taking part.

Read for My School will run from 19 January to 20 March 2015 and is open to all children in primary school Years 3 to 6 and secondary school Years 7 and 8 throughout England.

Our classroom code is 127836

Happy reading,

Miss Mooney.

Welcome back – week 1 done!

Hello everybody,

I hope you’ve had a good break over Christmas and New Year.  I suppose it seems like a long way away now having been back in school for a week.

Boosters have started, homework has been given out and the hard work is well under way.  Keep up with it all, put in the effort and you will succeed.

Any questions, as ever, please ask either myself, Miss Mooney, Mrs Caseley, Mrs Clarke or Madame Clarke.

Happy New Year!
Mr. Annia

Cryptic Carols!

Solve the clues to work out the carols?

For example:

Summon twice footballer Adebayor is………..  O Come,O Come Emmanuel.

Can you work out these?

1. The sounds of bells ring from the top of the steeple.

2. Small trio of royal men.

3. No noise between 8.00pm and 6.00am

Good luck.

Miss Mooney

An Alternative Christmas Challenge!

These Christmas challenges are going well!  So much so, that I am going to post one that is completely non-Christmas related!

5 Dojo Points to the first person with the correct answer….

What is a ‘dojo’?

That’s it!  First correct answer wins!  Mr. Annia/Miss Mooney’s decision is final!

Good luck.

Mr. Annia

Christmas challenge number 2!

Here we go…

Rearrange the letters to solve the anagrams?

Good luck.

Anagram 1 – Spice in ’em (2)

Anagram 2 – He’s Fat, Smart, Rich (2)

Anagram 3 – Scathing mud drips (2)

Anagram 4 – Red Ernie (1)

Anagram 5 – Let in Things (2)

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