Listening to Mr French reading

We are coming to the end of the book The Curious Incident of the Dog In The Night by Mark Haddon, best book in the world. It is a funny book but it learns you a lot about prime numbers. So far we are on prime number 233 – It is an adventure book.
Report from Issiah Ramsey



Two new recruits have joined the Punctuation Police

Tegan and Erin are always checking comments and leaving a missive here and there that concerns children’s grammar. I have therefore decided to expand the Punctuation Police Force and recruit these avid proof readers. (A proof reader checks documents before they are published). You could make our job a lot easier if you followed these simple rules. Start with a capital letter. Use a capital letter for someone’s name or a place. Use a full-stop at the end of a sentence. Don’t fall into the bad habit trap. Use punctuation responsibly.