Charlie is this weeks Year 2 Reading Champion because he loves to read! He always reads at home and has so far read lots of classics such as George’s Marvellous Medicine.
I am reading different poems from the Mother Goose book.
I have Read 100 poems from it and there is even a cheese on toast poem which is my favourite because it is funny.
I always read at home and I like reading at weekends and in the morning.
Well done Charlie! It is fabulous to hear and see children enjoy reading!
Every week, the Y2 staff will be choosing a pupil to be crowned ‘Reading Champion’ to encourage the love of reading and for the children to share and read books at home and in school.
This weeks reading champion is Molly who is currently reading George’s Marvellous Medicine! Well done Molly!
I am reading George’s Medicine and I am really enjoying it. My favourite part is where the Grandma and George are mean to each other. He is so polite but his Grandma is mean to him.
I have got up to the part where where Grandma can no longer fit in the house because George has made a medicine so that she has grown so tall.
I really like reading at home and I always read at bedtime. by Molly
Would just like to say a huge thank you to my Secret Santa!
I requested 1. Big surprise! 2. Medium surprise! 3. Wee surprise!
I was lucky enough to receive all three of the most beautiful gifts! Love them!
Thank you so much!
Big (hope to soon be back to Wee) Helly
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Week beginning 22 04 19
Tonight our boys represented Hull along with Gillshill, Spring Cottage and Biggin in the Humberside seven a side county finals. This competition saw the four best teams from every county go head to head in an attempt to reach the national finals in a few months.
It was a tough night out for our boys. The first game finished with a 1-0 loss at the whistle, but a change of referee decision saw a stunning free kick goal from Alfie A allowed so the game finished 1-1. The boys lost their second game 2-0 which meant, barring a huge goal difference in the final games to be played, they couldn’t progress from the group stages.
The night ended on a positive with a 2-1 win and the boys should remember that they in the top four teams in Hull! Well done!
(L-R): Lucas F, Kyle L, Oliver M, Kalo B, Brooklyn B, Vinnie H, Alfie M (c), Charlie B.