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FEAST Training

Earlier today, Keycomm delivered training to some parents as part of a series of events organised in association with FEAST: Families’ Edinburgh Additional Support Training. 89 more words


All About Apostrophes 

P3a were learning about possessive apostrophes this morning. We went outside and used some chalk to correct our sentences.

Miss White and Miss Palmer were impressed with P3’s super team work and learning, well done!


Structure strips. Seriously . . . where have you been hiding?

Over the last few months, I’ve had the chance to be part of several teacher conversations focused on the integration of social studies and literacy. And for the last few years, I’ve had the chance to work with the Kansas Department of Education and Kansas teachers as we rolled out our revised state standards and assessments – both of which concentrate on finding ways for kids to read, write, and communicate in the discipline. 553 more words


Superstar Writer of the Week - Spring 1 - Week 6

This is our most recent winner of Superstar Writer of the Week!

Fabulous handwriting, great ideas and brilliant story telling! Well done!


PJ Day for Books at Bedtime 2018

Over the last three weeks, everyone in school has been trying really hard to read more stories and books at home to help everyone become better readers and enjoy more stories. 96 more words


Storytelling with Andy Messer... Part 3

We have had our final session with Andy Messer… and what an exciting session it was! We picked up exactly where we left off in our second session with Andy and climbed to the top of a tall tree. 204 more words


It Comes Down To Reading

Children who were in my class many years ago are now making decisions on college acceptances.  They stay in touch, and I feel the worry and joy right along with them.  1,005 more words

Teaching Young Children