Cedar Writer of the Week

Heather is this week’s writer of the week for a writing a fantastic Biography about the gymnast Claudia Fragapane. Here is a short extract…

Interestingly, Claudia Fragapane was born on 24th October 1997. She is a British Artistic Gymnast. Furthermore, she grew up in Bristol. Fragapane attended St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School and at the age of 6, she was trained in gymnastics by Helen Potter from Bristol Hawks.

Chestnut writer of the week

Public speaking by Ruby

As powerful as you are,

You may be scared.

But you should know,

Being yourself is better than being anyone else.

When you get up there on the stage,

And see a thousand eyes looking at you,

Getting down is not an option.

Because when you are up there,

You can’t get down,

Because otherwise you’re missing an opportunity to be great.


This week we have kicked off our new topic ‘Traders and Raiders’.For our memorable experience we built our Saxon ship to sail to Britain – ready to invade! In our Literacy lessons we are becoming reporters and creating news articles to explain this event!

What did you enjoy about your first week back? 

Writer of the Week

Cedar’s Writer of the Week last week was Jamie for writing and performing a very exciting commentary script as if he was commentating on a Roman gladiator fight. He worked really hard and showed excellent resilience when working independently and he was able to accurately edit and improve his work to include more description. Great work Jamie, keep it up!

Getting in the Christmas spirit…

This week at LMPS the festive season has truly started –  Christmas jumpers, winter art day, decorating our class tree and singing Christmas tunes! As well as that, we have created our own ‘commentator’ scripts, imagining we are commentating on a gladiator fight in ancient Rome!

What was your favourite part to the week?


Impressive projects

We just wanted to say a  huge well done to all the children for the projects they created and a big thank you to all the family members that must have helped. It really shows how engaged the children are with their topic.