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Over the past fortnight the children have been working on poetry with Miss Jarrett. They decided to write winter poems with an emphasis on using metaphors, similes, alliteration and personification. The children worked together to generate key phrases and vocabulary … Continue reading →
Caitlin’s performance poem concerns a raccoon: Guts of a terrorist, he sneaks into the silent street, A shadow in the night. The devil himself, he stalks upon an innocent mouse, and pounces with ferocity. Feasting on his freshly caught prey, … Continue reading →
Here’s Jessica and Anna’s poem: Wolf… I saw you one day when walking in the woods you darted away as fast as you could Wolf… amber as runny honey shimmering in the sun your eyes were fixed on me as if … Continue reading →
In the latter part of this week, we have been creating our own performance poems using metaphorical language. The children have come up with some fabulous ideas. Here is Frankie’s: Set Free I scuttle along the street like a lonely … Continue reading →