|TRIMLEY ST MARTIN PRIMARY SCHOOL|
Today in our literacy lesson we all became ‘surgeons’ and carried out some ‘contraction surgery’. We had to make two-part words onto smaller contraction words by omitting some of the letters. For example, ‘should have’ became should've and ‘he would’ became he’d. We learnt that when making a contraction would, we have to replace the missing letter with an apostrophe. Mrs Tubby was really impressed with our ‘surgery’ today! Mrs Ross popped in with a visitor - and they were both quite intrigued with why we had our surgeon gloves on!
Written by Mrs Tubby and the children in class Nightingale.