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Phoebe’s extended story

Another tribute to The wind in the willows. Who does Seagull remind you of?   Chapter 1 The meeting of Snap and Shrimp   Snap was very busy spring cleaning his little home. “Oh ,I’m so lonely with no one … Continue reading

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Alternative Cinderella: Phoebe’s story

Phoebe’s story is one of the funniest I have ever read. It’s written from the point of view of Anastasia, Cinderella’s step – sister. It also makes you feel pangs of sympathy for her and has a ending that makes … Continue reading

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Alfred & Guthrum – Phoebe’s diary entry

In history we’ve been looking at the Alfred the Great and his impact on England. We looked closely at his problems with Guthrum and decided to write a diary entry from the point of view of one of the leaders. … Continue reading

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Phoebe’s persuasive writing

Just like yesterday, a letter about the housing development. To say that Phoebe is upset would be an understatement. She isn’t taking any prisoners! Liss Junior School Hillbrow Road Liss Hampshire GU33 7LQ Thursday 31st March 2011 Dear Mr Burford, … Continue reading

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Another week of myths

  The first myth of the week comes from Phoebe. This is a dramatic story in which not evrything is resolved at the end. Athena the serpent slayer. Long, Long ago Elpius, a thief, stole King Luton’s most loved treasure, a golden … Continue reading

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