Mr Ager reads the story of a penguin who thinks he is too different from the rest. A journey helps him to realise it doesn’t matter if you are different, it’s what makes you special that counts.
Mr Ager reads The Hueys: The New Jumper by Oliver Jeffers.
Mr Ager reads The Bear and the Piano by David Litchfield. This is a story about a bear with a special gift, one which takes him to the city. The city is everything he has ever dreamed of, but deep down something tugs at his heart...
Mr Ager reads Under the same sky by Robert Vescio and Nicky Johnston. Two children on opposite sides of the world crave friendship. Is it possible to be friends across the miles?
Mr Ager shares another of his favourite stories. He reads Show and Tell by Rob Biddulph. Who will impress their teacher with what they have brought and win the prize?
Mr Ager has been invited to a special party but there seems to be lots of trouble getting in. Listen to the story to find out what happens...
This is a video version of the powerpoint file on the class pages. You can watch this (it's only 10 minutes long) to remind you of the conversations that we were practising before schools had to shut. You'll soon have the opportunity to record your own French speaking to send back to me. Have fun! Mr Hollingshurst (Monsieur H)