Monthly Archives: March 2011

Persuasive writing

Today Year 5 have been writing persuasive letters to Mr Burford. They were asked to think of alternative uses for the field behind the school rather than the planned housing. They were then asked to write a formal letter with … Continue reading

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Tom’s myth

Tom’s myth combines ancient story with modern technology… SLASHEUS AND THE MONSTROUS SLICE In the heart of Greece lies a small crowded village called Zerros, which had remained, calm and peaceful for over one hundred years. That was until a … Continue reading

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Jessica’s Myth

Jessica’s myth is a real epic with several homages to famous greek myths… The girl who wished she wasn’t King Ageas put his head in his hands and sighed, “ Will no one come forth to make an attempt of … Continue reading

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Harry S’ myth

Harry has produced an amusing piece of writing while staying faithful to many aspects of myths. Read on… Hareseus and the Minotaur Once in the city of Athens in castle Klausean, King Klausean was in another one of his strops. … Continue reading

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Abi’s myth

A tense surreal myth that draws on Life on Mars and Doctor Who is Abi’s composition. One: In the beginning “Silence will fall soon,” as an echo went around the dark silent room. “Who’s there?” I said. But no one … Continue reading

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Emily W’s Myth

Lots of speech and a whirlwind romance in this myth by Emily. The story of Tomas Long, long ago in a village called Lucaphon in Greece ,there was a boy by the name of Tomas. He had a father called … Continue reading

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