The newest member of Pearl class to win Superstar Writer of the Week is…
Mr Sieczkarek couldn’t believe that your handwriting came from a Y2 – he thought it was a Y6 child’s handwriting! You have written a superb story of Stan and Mabel in your own words – it was a pleasure to mark! Well done! 🙂
Meet the newest member of the Superstar Writers club…
Every day, your handwriting is getting neater and you take pride in your work! Your writing this week about the story Stan and Mabel has really impressed the adults in Pearl class. Fantastic effort!
Our Superstar Writer of the Week was so surprised when she heard that she had won this week!
You have really tried hard to make sure that the beautiful neat handwriting you do in your handwriting book matches the quality of writing that you complete in your Literacy book! Fantastic effort!
Just take a look at our fabulous Superstar Writer of the Week.
This young lady has wowed the adults in Pearl class this week. We have been writing super sentences to match images from the silent film ‘Baboon on the Moon’ and you were able to check each sentence for capital letters, full stops, conjunctions and adjectives.
A true superstar!
This week’s Superstar Writer of the Week is…
All of the adults in Pearl class have been blown away by your writing this week. You make sure that your handwriting is neat, you can read your writing back to check and edit it and it is packed full of interesting vocabulary and sentence types to add excitement to your writing. Fantastic effort – Y3 are lucky to have you!
This week, the superstar writer of the week is…
You put 100% effort into every task that you complete, have the most beautiful handwriting and make sure that you go back and edit your writing to improve it. Your Y3 teacher is so excited to have you in her class next year!
What a fantastic effort from our Superstar Writer of the Week. Miss Varley was so impressed by your independent writing this week when you wrote a letter, pretending to be the farmer from the story ‘The Papaya that Spoke’ by Pie Corbett.