Tag Archives: Andrew N

Informal Language to Formal Language

In Literacy this week we have been looking at formal letters. We carried out an exercise where we wrote a scenario of a man  in court who recounts his version of events in highly colloquial terms and then his barrister … Continue reading

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Poems about woods

This week in literacy the children have been working with Miss Flower in looking at different forms of poetry. They created word banks for poems about woods and then worked in pairs to create their poems in a range of … Continue reading

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Ancient Greek News Articles

The Ancient Greeks have been the topic we have followed throughout the term and this week we have been writing newspaper reports, many of them based upon myths. When all the reports are completed we will use them to create … Continue reading

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My Autobiography: Andrew N

People may say that the chances of you wining the lottery are very slim but I got lucky. It wasn’t the lottery, but something similar. I won a balloon race. Stroke of luck! £50 seemed like a lot of money … Continue reading

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Desert Disaster – Andrew N

Desert Disaster Heathrow Airport is never a brilliant place to be spending an hour of your Sunday morning; however this is exactly what six passengers were doing. Amongst them was a businessman named Larry Wrinklow. Larry was particularly annoyed today … Continue reading

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The Role of Women in Ancient Greek Society – Andrew N

In history this term we have been looking at Ancient Greek pots to deduce evidence of the lives of men and women in Ancient Greek times. The children looked at a range of photos of pots and written sources of … Continue reading

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