Welcome to our class page!
Do you know who this is?
It is Roald Dahl, the famous author of children’s masterpieces such as “Matida” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. He was born on 13th September 1916 in LLandarf in Wales. So every year people celebrate him on this day.
To celebrate Roald Dahl day we have been reading “The Twits” by Roald Dahl.
We have been playing pretend sneaky tricks on each other and writing a new version if the Roly-Poly bird’s song. We hope you like it.
The Special Song of the Fabulous Roly-Poly Bird
Keep away! Keep away from the sticky sticky glue,
You won’t get eaten if you do!
The Twits will eat you for their tea
So fly away, fly away and you will be free!
By class 1/2KW
In Science we are learning about “Living Things and their Habitats” and we have been talking about whether things are “alive”, “dead” or “never alive”. We have also been looking at different plants and animals and where they live and why they live there.
Our topic this term is “In Our Liverpool Home”. This half-term we are looking at the geography of Liverpool and where it is in relation to the United Kingdom and why it is important to the city that it is by a river. Next half-term we are looking at the history of our great city and why it is such a fabulous place to live.
Drop in again in a few weeks and we will let you know how we are getting on.