Mis An Throp Ic

  • Mrs Dyson
Having or showing a dislike of other people. Mis – wrong, bad. anthrop – human. ic - to do with, like. Linked words: Misogynist, Anthropology, Philanthropist, Heretic, Pandemic.

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St Mary's Reading - June 4 Update

  • Miss Jones
Dear Pupils, To support you with your 30 minutes reading each day, this week I am sharing Reading Booklet 9with you. Reading Booklet 9 is another Greek Myth, Pandora’s Box. As usual, there are some activities to complete once you have completed the reading task.

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Com Mer Cial

  • Mrs Dyson
To do with trading and making money. From Latin: Com – together. merces – reward, payment. al – to do with. Link words:Merchant, Market, Mercy, Merci (French). 

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Check Out These Fun Author Websites

  • Mrs Williams
Some of your favourite authors have really fun websites for you to explore.  Why not take a look?   Access the world of David Williams with new audio stories each day. Fun activities about our favourite boy wizard Harry Potter. Cathy Cassidy fans can find lots to

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Book Review: "Geek Girl" by Holly Smale

  • Isis, Year 9
"Geek Girl" is about a girl who gets chosen for Paris fashion week and she cannot believe it!  She knows a lot about a lot and none of it will help her.  Fashion week is eventful and difficult with all of the tension.  I liked this book. However I...

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Def I Ni Tion

  • Mrs Dyson
The act of defining, or of making something distinct, or clear; a statement of the meaning of a word or phrase. De – thoroughly. fin – ending, limit, boundary. tion – act, process, result of. Linked words: Infinite – Affinity – Finale – Devotion – Financial.

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Res Tor At Ive

  • Mrs Dyson
Able or likely to bring back health, strength, well-being, confidence, etc. Re – again, back. stor – to stand, set up (Latin). ive – tending to, likely to, by nature. Link words: station – store – statue – restaurant – stature.

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Books For Keeps

  • Mrs Williams
 Many books survive the test of time and are often referred to as “classics literature”.  Think Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Tom’s Midnight Garden, Winnie the Pooh, to name but a few.  I am sure you recognise all these titles.  You may have already read some of them (as you

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