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Once we arrived, we went in to join the other five schools.
Once the author, Colin R Parsons had introduced himself and told us what we were doing, we started writing. We had to write a story based on one of his book called DISC. DISC is about a boy who finds a disc which takes him to another world. Our stories were about two children who found a disc which could take them either to Dinosaur land, the future world or an abandoned theme park.
We kept on writing until break, had a rest, carried on writing until lunch and had another break. We had a bit more writing time before Colin R Parsons decided it was time for a change. One person from each school was chosen to read out their story to the other schools.
The person from our school was Deryn. Next it was time to buy a book and get it signed if we had brought money. Finally we did a quiz on book titles written backwards. Then it was time to go back to school. Thank you to Mrs Jarvis for supervising us and Mrs Moriarty for driving us there.
We all had a fabulous time. She proudly showed her trophy and some photos of the team, she had a great time. Aimee, for being a mature, sensible and all round wonderful member of the class: Eliza, for wonderful explanations in science.
Jacob S, for listening out for new technical vocabulary and using it in his writing and Callum D, for his concentration in writing and managing his distractions well.
Owen, for always being ready to learn, being a great talk partner and always trying hard and William C, for always being the first person ready and working extremely hard in all lessons.
Carried over from last week: Many congratulations to 5W, this weeks winners of the Shell Award, they will receive some additional free time at the end of the week and be able to go on the play equipment on Friday; all Year 5 will be able to go on the bank on Friday.
Congratulations to Lucy, in Year 3, who attends Monson Swim School and has gained a Certificate of Achievement for passing Stage 5, she had to swim m in a variety of strokes and will now work towards gaining her Grade 6.
Congratulations to Olive, in Year 6, who has recently gained her violin Grade 3, with distinction, with Trinity College London. She is now working towards her Grade 4.
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They then will right a review or recount to show they have read and understood the story and be able to share with the class.