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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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Tessa’s myth

Tessa’s myth features a horrible Demon Devil and brave Thomas. Throw in a bit of romance and you’ve got a myth woth reading… Sir Thomas the great One time long ago in the village Aagos, a powerful King was very … Continue reading

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Anna’s myth

Another highly entertaining story with some great archaic language. Lotheeno And The Hondrah Long ago when Greece was ruled by gods and goddesses, Sparta was cursed by the dreaded Hondrah. Legend says that the Hondrah had always wanted to rule … Continue reading

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Myths & legends

This morning we have been writing the plans for our own myths. We have already looked at a selection of Greek myths, and commented on story structure and use of archaic language. The children have also created their own heroes … Continue reading

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