Main Street, St. Bees, Cumbria CA27 0AA

01946 822392

St Bees Village Primary School

Headteacher: Mrs Emma Sharp



On this page you will find some of the work we have produced in class which we are really proud of and links to help us with our work.  There is also a page of photographs to show you how much fun we have been having, what we have been learning and making.

Super writing

Here are some of the super sentences from our writing assessments.  See if you can see what makes them so super, and think about how we can make them astounding!

When we stepped in, a whole load of rides loomed - I was flabbergasted!

I have to say I thought it was bad – but that’s my opinion and not everyone’s.

Because they got there late, with all the traffic, when they arrived they had to go for dinner.

Just as another whoosh of eerie breeze zipped past her, she wrote the date.

Allie was always polite and well behaved; she appreciated everything that she had and was given.

“Yes,” replied mum (from Rose’s room).

“Where are you?” echoed Polly.

When we had finished our dinner, we saw a little boy scared and lonely (without any parents). So we took him to the place where all the children go when they have lost their parents and stayed with him.

He saw that a robot had grabbed him! It had pixelated fangs on a horrifying face; the eyes were black as night.

But, when they got to the top of the humongous rollercoaster, the track just ahead snapped and the cart was going to fall.

They got out of the car and Paul noticed that he had a cut on his leg - he had scraped it on the car.

Their mum, who's super-duper funny, is called Clair.

They were curled up, all sleeping and toasty like a roasted marshmallow.

Suddenly the door burst open and out came her ‘bff’ (Sandra) who looked as mad as a bull.

Then they went on a big loop-de-loop. They gave their bag, with their money in, to the operator (who was called Dennis) then they went on the ride and were sick (again).

There were tons of things to do, but most of them were under construction.

Suddenly there was a great hiss and an ear-piercing explosion; a bit of smoke drifted up to the heavens replacing Brian.

He got on, the ride suddenly jolted forward and flew up a tall iron track.

Jane felt all happy, with a smile as big as a bus.

Russel wasn't like the other boys his age; he wasn't into sport and he would never, ever think of getting a girlfriend.

Her mum, whose name is Annabella, said yes and that all of the family should go and that Erika's friend (Felicity) should come too.



Click on this link to use the RSPB wildlife guide and identify the photographs I have given you.

Geographical features of Iceland

Stick your copy of the map into the centre of an A3 piece of plain paper.
Now go online at the official tourism information website of Iceland.

Use the website to find the geographical characteristics of each region and then annotate (add notes around the edge of the map and indicate with an arrow which region is being described) your map with just its key features e.g. geysers, fishing ports, glaciers, geothermal power stations, puffin colonies, fjords etc.

MFL and Geography day

The French language has approximately 80 million native speakers, as well as 190 million secondary speakers, meaning that around 270 million people speak the language worldwide. It is an official language in 29 countries, with most of these being part of the community of French-speaking nations known as la francophonie. It is estimated that around 12 percent of the European Union's population speaks French as a mother tongue, making it the fourth most widely-spoken European language. Furthermore, 20 percent of EU citizens report knowing how to speak French, making it the third most understood language in the continent. With that being said, the language's reach extends far beyond Europe and, in actual fact, the largest share of the world's French-speaking population reside in Africa. Moreover, French is recognised as an official language of several global institutions, including the United Nations, NATO and the World Trade Organization.

Click on these links and look at the 'Fast Facts' section to help you create your TopsTrumps Francophonie cards:

  1. Belgium
  2. Benin
  3. Burkina
  4. Burundi
  5. Cameroon
  6. Canada
  7. Central African Republic
  8. Chad
  9. Comoros
  10. Congo
  11. Congo, Democratic Republic of
  12. Cote d'Ivoire
  13. Djibouti
  14. France
  15. Gabon
  16. Guinea
  17. Haiti
  18. Luxembourg
  19. Madagascar
  20. Mali
  21. Monaco
  22. Niger
  23. Rwanda
  24. Senegal
  25. Seychelles
  26. Switzerland
  27. Togo
  28. Vanuatu