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Year 6 English Challenge 2017

Year 6 English Challenge 2017 1 Well done to Lexie, Joe, Jessica and Archie!

Country Dancing

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Here are some pictures from our fantastic country dancing. We had a great turn out and lots of enthusiastic dancers!

Chatteris Festival Parade

About fifty pupils, staff and parents joined the festival parade which walked through the town on June 24th. It was great fun! Glebelands Friends made shakers and some of the animals from our Lion King production made a reappearance!

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Cancer Research Cheque Presentation

Cancer Research Cheque Presentation 1

We decorated the school for World Book Day!

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Our Aldi poster competition winner!

Our Aldi poster competition winner! 1
Our Aldi poster competition winner! 2
Our Aldi poster competition winner! 3
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Ms Sharratt

The House of Sixty Fathers by Meindert De Jong

It was read to me as a class book in year five. It was possibly the first book to make me cry and sense fear for a character. I knew that I had to own it and keep it forever!
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Mrs Smith

Five Minutes Peace by Jill Murphy

It reminds me of when all my children were still at home and how crazy my house was!
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Mrs Vincent

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graheme

I adore this book because it is very funny. I am a massive Kenneth Graheme fan and this was the first book I read.
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Mrs Field

Don’t Forget the Bacon by Pat Hutchins

I love the way the little boy gets the shopping list mixed up.
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Mrs Brooking

Heidi by Johanna Spyri

It was one of the first books I read on my own and I remember reading it again and again!
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Miss Street

Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Corty

This is a fun picture book with lovely illustrations. I love how it rhymes and when I read it, the children in my class can guess which words are coming next.
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Deborah Wool

The Secret Garden by Frances Hodgson Burnett

This book was given to me on my 10th birthday by an American family friend. Every night on our camping trip around America, we would read a chapter.

 

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Mrs Fleming

Edge of Eternity by Ken Follett

Ken Follett is one of my favourite authors. His books are full of facts that he then weaves into a fab story. Amazing Twinkle Twinkle Chocolate Bar was my favourite book to read to my children.

 

 

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Mrs Osbourn

Cockatoo by Quentin Blake

I love any books illustrated by Quentin Blake. His drawings are brilliant!

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Mrs Wayman

Danny Champion of the World by Roald Dahl

Coming from the fens, a grew up living off the land. My dad used to bring pheasants for the pot. Roald Dahl books are still my favourite.

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Mrs Wyatt

Charlotte’s Web by E.B. White

I like this book because it is a book about friendship; it is also sad!
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Miss Cornwell

Journey by Aaron Becker

I love the illustrations and the way they can tell endless stories.
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Mr Green

The Silver Chair C.S. Lewis

It’s such a lovely story; all of the Narnia books are wonderful and Puddleglum is my favourite grumpy marshwiggle!
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Ms Collingswood

The Sea-Thing Child By Russell Hoban

I love the illustration and rich vocabulary in this book. It’s filled with fabulous descriptive characters.
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Mrs Hill

Artemis Fowl by Eoin Colfer

I love these stories for the mix of humour and action. They appeal to such a wide audience. There is a mixture of action, mystery and comedy! My favourite characters are Artemis himself as he has such a devious mind and Captain Holly Short because we have something in common!
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Miss Nightingale

Northern Lights by Philip Pullman

This is a fantastic book. I love the way you can get lost in the plot – very exciting! The characters are intriguing and the settings imaginative and beautifully created. A book to get lost in!
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Mrs Fairclough

Butterfly Lion by Michael Morpurgo

I love this book because I read it to my grandson. It made me cry. It has a good message in it.
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Mrs Rudderham

The Famous Five by Enid Blyton

My favourite book to read at bedtime. It inspired me to read.

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Miss Cattini

The Lord of the Rings by J.R.R. Tolkien

I have read this book seven times and never get bored of it. Each page is a new adventure!
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Mrs Waddup

The Gruffalo by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler

I have loved this book forever. I have all the toys and I love the story.
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Mrs Richardson

A Lion in The Meadow by Margaret Mahy

This is my children’s favourite book. I recently purchased a new one as the original had fallen apart. The pictures were enjoyed as much as the story!
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Mrs Collier

Flotsam by David Wiesner

This is a beautiful picture book without words. It tells the story of a boy who finds a camera which had been washed up ashore. Slowly, the incredible images that have been taken over years are revealed. The illustrations are truly magnificent!
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Mrs Maiden

Happy Birthday Moon by Frank Asch

The story is very sweet and you can have an interesting conversation about echoes and how the moon moves. I like the fact that Bear thinks the moon is talking to him!

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Mrs Hanworth

The Wind in the Willows by Kenneth Graheme

A timeless tale about animals with human traits. A book for all ages to enjoy.
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Mrs Raven

The Hobbit by J.R.R. Tolkien

This is a fantasy book; I really like that genre because you can lose yourself in another world. I first read this book when I was ten and it has been my favourite ever since!
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Miss Reece

The Bible

There is always something new to reflect on. There is always something that is appropriate for that day.

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Mrs Thomas

Marvin Wanted More by Joseph Theobald

My husband is called Marvin!  I like eating but don’t like being sick like Marvin the sheep!
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Mrs Brooke

My Friend Bear by Jez Alborough

I love my bears and I love my friends!
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Macmillan Coffee Morning

Macmillan Coffee Morning 1

Photos from the Chatteris Festival courtesy of the Fenland Citizen

Photos from the Chatteris Festival courtesy of the Fenland Citizen 1
Photos from the Chatteris Festival courtesy of the Fenland Citizen 2
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