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Tag Archives: Abi S
As a last literacy topic for the year the children have been writing extended Victorian stories in between play and review rehearsals. Here’s Abi S’s offering: L.O: I can write an extended Victorian adventure story. Chapter 1: In Queen Victoria’s … Continue reading
In Literacy, over the past fortnight, we have been looking at playscripts while watching a film version of Oliver Twist. we decided to write playscripts either turning part of the film into a script or writing an additional scene. Some … Continue reading
I can write my autobiography I touched the wall of the swimming pool and a relief spread over me as I realised that I had come1st, I felt really lucky I wish I could have done it again. Guilford … Continue reading
Desert Disaster It was 6:00 am at Gatwick Airport [not fun]. Bob England sat in the waiting room which felt like a fire was raging all around. There were babies crying, children chatting and grown-ups silently staring at the … Continue reading
Women in Ancient Greece The rich women of Greece are very easy to pick out on pots because they are usually dressed in flowing garments and they have lots of jewellery on. They usually did not leave the house. We … Continue reading
Nightfall was beginning to close in on us from all sides. The moaning cries from the injured soldiers filled the air. Furthermore, I felt that the night time was oddly spooky in appearance. Did I hear a twig snap? Suddenly … Continue reading