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Liss information Text

This work is a couple of weeks old when the class were looking at making notes and expanding them for the first time. George, Sam and Oliver produced a detailed information text on Liss which they have also expanded into … Continue reading

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Katunguru Primary School: Problems & Solutions

In geography over the past fortnight we have been looking at Katunguru Primary School which has a unique set of challenges. The children were asked to write a report detailing the problems and offering solutions. Firstly, the brief which the … Continue reading

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Oliver B’s playscript

Scene 3- The defence Characters- Humpty Dumpty, Mr A Dumbledore, The frying pan, Mr Stanley ( defence counsel), Yoda, Wallace, Jack The courtroom is so quiet you could here a pin fall into a ball of cotton wool. The judge … Continue reading

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Writing stories for a younger audience – Oliver B

 In Class AS this week we have been looking at how we adapt stories to suit different audiences. We decided to create stories for younger children and realised that we would have to use a more simple plot and vocabulary … Continue reading

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African themed stories – Oliver B

This week in Class AS we have been writing African themed stories. The children have been trying hard to write with powerful verbs, adverbs and similes. They have also focused on the correct punctuation of speech. A big influence on the children … Continue reading

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Writing in the style of ‘The Secret Garden’ – Oliver B

This week in Literacy we have been looking at The Secret Garden and writing passages based on that text. We were looking for three things in the writing: *Correct use of speech *Powerful verbs and adverbs *Examples of Victorian era … Continue reading

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