The Greatest Showman

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Year 4 had the opportunity to watch ‘The Greatest Showman’ at the Cineworld cinema in Bolton. We all had an amazing time and thoroughly enjoyed the film.

 

Please use your inference skills to answer the following questions.

This is me Comprehension

I am not a stranger to the dark
“Hide away,” they say
“‘Cause we don’t want your broken parts”
I’ve learned to be ashamed of all my scars
“Run away,” they say
No one’ll love you as you are

But I won’t let them break me down to dust

I know that there’s a place for us
For we are glorious

1) What does it mean to be a stranger to the dark?

2) What 2 things do people tell them to do?

3)What does the word ashamed mean? Use it in a Sentence.

RE visitors…

We were very lucky this week to welcome two visitors to talk about Christianity. We have been learning about different festivals of light and making comparisons between them. This week we discussed festivals of light and in our homework created questions to ask visitors about the Christian festival of light: Christmas. Many thanks to Reverend Mckee and Mrs Ruaux for taking time to come and answer lots of questions – some of which were quite tricky!!

Christmas Card Competition

Christmas Card CompetitionCan you design an exciting, fancy Christmas card using a computer? Fancy your chances at winning a special prize? Have a go!

There will be a winner selected from the EYFS, Key Stage 1 and Key Stage 2. Each winner will receive a prize.  The Key Stage 2 winning entry will also be put forward to another competition against other schools in Bolton.

Closing Date: Friday 17th November

Rules:

  1. Your card must be designed on a computer.  You can use any software program that you like such as Word, Publisher or PurpleMash.
  2. You are designing the front of the card only.
  3. Once you have finished your card, please save it and bring it to me (Mr Dawood) on a pen drive or CD.  I will copy and print your card then return your pen drive/CD back to you.
  4. Parents are welcome to help children with any EYFS and Key Stage 1 entries.  You may also support your child with a Key Stage 2 entry although most of the work must be completed by your child.
  5. One entry per child.

Enjoy and good luck! Ho, ho, ho!

Mr Dawood   🙂