Menu
  • Translate
POLITE reminders-..............Due to dairy unable to deliver milk yesterday (16/09), no milk was provided. A credit will appear on the accounts pf paid childrenFurther INSET days for this academic year are - 13th December 2019, 20th July 2020....... please do not park on the zig zag lines, you put your/our children at risk when you do this...................We are continuing our name and shame campaign, from today 'zig-zag' parkers registration numbers wll be shown on this scrolling banner; we need to keep the children safe............thanks for your support in advance....................The following have put our children at risk this week........... White Van HG61PNE.......
Home Page

Freemantle

Church of England Community Academy

English/Writing

The main text that we will be looking at in our writing sessions this half term (Autumn 1) is The 
Longest Night of Charlie Noon 

"When Dizzy finds a series of sticks arranged on the path in the wood, he’s convinced it must be a secret message. Perhaps even a message from a spy! Dizzy persuades Charlie to join him to investigate after school but school bully, Johnny, overhears and warns them of other dangers. Johnny frightens Charlie with tales of Old Crony who eats children and then follows this up by creeping into the woods behind them. Wrapped in blood-soaked bandages, Johnny successfully manages to spook both Dizzy and Charlie. However, Johnny also manages to chase them off the path. Soon all three children are lost in the quickly darkening woods. So begins what is going to be the longest night of Charlie Noon."

Top