The flood!

We went to my granny’s house, it was very wet. It was like a giant puddle, our friend Kim came round and splashed in some of the puddles.Some of the water went over our wellies.Mummy got her car stuck in the mud and Kim’s mum and dad had to help push us out.



At my granny’s house

My granny’s house was flooded today. My favourite bit  was when we went to a friend’s house and when we got to the gate I stepped in a hole and the water went over the top of my wellies.It was freezing!

Christmas play

It is the Christmas play. Elliot is King Herod in the CHristmas play. I am reading in the Christmas play. I feel really good for myself.


Orient Express

We went to see a train it was a old train. My Grandad and Paula went on the train from bath to London. It looked very posh inside because we got to see inside. It is a very nice and lovely inside. There was a set of posh knives and forks.


My Baby brother

My baby brother is very cuddly. He loves to be carried . He drinks lots of milk.

half term

I went to devon with mummy daddy and freddie we went to crealy park  and

paignton zoo it was fun.


































working memories presentation

When I first arrived at the cheese and grains car park I saw Maddie  in her car . so I got out the car and walked over to the cheese and grain with her.When we got inside we got took to a table with two people that we did not know but one person’s name was called Margaret, I did not know who the other persons name was.After we chatted for a bit Mel brought a big victoria sponge cake over and some small cookies and some small cupcakes over too. We had a feast. then we watched a film of how the book was made and two ladies went on stage and did a speech.Brinny came to our table and said we had to go up with the other girls and boys so we went up and we got sent to an adult with a tray and on the tray was the books that all the schools made.  We all went round the tables with our adults to hand out the books to the writers.  We had a lovely time.Then when we got sent back to our tables Margaret asked us if we would like to go for tea at her cafe in Lacock that she runs.