Our world book day celebration
We had to postpone our original world book day celebration, but the children made up for it with such amazing effort to recreate their favourite book characters.
Reception Rothko children building a house for the little old lady in A Squash and a Squeeze
First of all after reading the story, the children thought about how much space the little old lady needs then designed and built a house for her.
After reading Mrs Wishy Wash - the children explored the story
The children were role playing various aspects of the story with mud! Yummy!
Year 1 Mondrian are reading 'These Feelings'
The children having read the book 'These feelings' started to explore what different feelings there are, and what happens when we have those feelings, and what makes you have those feelings.
After reading The Three Little Pigs - Nursery Pollock class looked at the best materials to build something
After reading Three Billie Goats Gruff - Reception Rothko children have been designing and building bridges that the Goats could climb over
Nursery are reading Three Little Pigs
In their reading the book The Three Little Pigs, Nursery class have been exploring how to build a house with straw - it doesn't look easy!
Every Monday afternoon, Year 5 Shonibare really enjoying going to the library to discover new books and have a lovely quiet read.
Kai: "I like when we get to sit quietly and read our books. It's wonderful to have some time in the library to relax."
Nicole: "I think we could have some more…
Year 3 Picasso children enjoying using our library
We have a beautiful library at The William Hogarth School where the children love to visit and spend some quiet time reading and exploring different books and authors. One of the best ways to improve a child's reading is through fostering a…
Improving reading speed through fluency
At The William Hogarth School we attach great importance to reading as it is central to almost all the learning we do. It is of course imperative to read with greater and greater comprehension, but it is also critically important to practice reading at…