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Desert Disaster

In literacy over the last couple of weeks, we have been looking at writing stories with an emphasis on a character’s point of view. The children were asked to write a story, Desert Disaster, with an emphasis on showing the … Continue reading

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Desert Disaster – Abi S

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

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Desert Disaster – Peter

The desert disaster At Gatwick in the north terminal a man, called Dave Morph, was on his way to China to work. Dave had brown hair and his eyes were bright blue. He was unlucky because he was about 7.0 … 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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Desert Disaster – Daisy

Last week the children hotseated characters for a story opening. This week they have been writing, editing and refining their story openings. Here’s Daisy’s desert disaster: The desert disaster It was a stifling hot June afternoon and the passengers who … Continue reading

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