Winners of the Haiku Competition
I am thrilled to announce that the winners of the Haiku Competition for Abbeywood are...
Harry Carter in Year 2 and Leo David in Year 3.
Here are their winning entries:
Tiny, fragile eggs
Wriggle in their warm nest,
Crack and see the world!
Harry Carter Year 2
A sparkling ocean.
Thunderstorm moving quickly.
The ocean is calm.
Leo David Year 3 Pine
Calling all children aged 4-11 years – sign up to the
‘Silly Squad Summer Reading Challenge 2020!’
The annual Summer Reading Challenge for children aged 4-11 years is being delivered online this year and supports reading and literacy and helps promote reading for pleasure.
This year’s challenge is already underway, but you can join in at any time. The theme is Silly Squad with a focus on the enjoyment of reading for pleasure; you can read anything that makes you happy and youcan register for the challenge here https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
You can read books available at home, provided by school or those free to download and borrow from Worcestershire Libraries. Remember, library membership is free and Worcestershire residents of all ages can join instantly online with a digital membership – a wide range of junior fiction is available from the digital library including a dedicated ‘Silly Squad’ collection of books in ebook and eaudio format using the ‘Borrowbox’ app.
Unfortunately, due to the impact of Covid-19, Worcestershire Libraries are unable to host the Summer Reading Challenge in their library buildings or run any face to face events and activities. However, many library services, events and activities are now available online - visit the Digital Library Hub to explore or access the SRC events and activities via Worcestershire Libraries Facebook page.
Selfies with a difference photography competition
The winners of our final photography competition Selfies - with a difference are Luca, who used leaves to obscure his face, Lauren, who chose an interesting reflection and Isla, who headed underwater!
The entries this week were brilliant, so in addition to the winners, there are many highly commended entries displayed too.
RSA Poetry Competition
Your opportunity to be a published poet! Write a haiku and enter it in the RSA Poetry Competition. Winners in each key stage will receive a £10 gift voucher and go forward to be considered for publication in the RSA magazine DesignEd.
All instructions and a helpful video are contained in the powerpoint / PDF below. This is the link to the video if you have any problems viewing it.
Please send entries by email to class pages or to firstname.lastname@example.org by 12.00 noon of Friday 3rd July.
In Oak class we have different grown ups that support our learning journey. Miss Doubleday is our main teacher and Miss Dziedizic supports. Mrs Allen teaches on a Thursday morning.