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Tag Archives: English
The restrictions placed on social interaction due to lockdown haven’t deterred the pupils from having lots of fun. The Kraken bubble have put their creative energies into a brand new game: Hoopball or Hoop Football. Here’s Lucy’s guide on how … Continue reading
In English, the Kraken bubble has been looking at the end of the Lady of Shalott poem. We decided to write about the scene from the point of view of four bystanders. With this in mind we created rashomons where … Continue reading
In English we have been writing a monologue from the point of view of the Lady of Shalott. We placed ourselves in her situation when she is distracted from her weaving by Sir Lancelot. Amelie’s piece successfully captures the tension … Continue reading
In English, we have been studying Alfred, Lord Tennyson’s poem, The Lady of Shalott. As a bubble, the Kraken group decided to write their own city guides to Camelot. Here’s four examples. Dominic Izzy Luke Jenny
Check out Gracie’s fab home learning as she turned her city guide to Camelot into a PowerPoint. A PDF is available to view below:
The final three chapters of Louis Sacher’s brilliant novel are now available for you to listen to.