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Tag Archives: poetry
Since the start of this term we have been looking at the poetry of Charles Causley. Last week, the class produced some excellent homework where they researched the life of Causley. This week, the children have been looking carefully at … Continue reading
In Literacy we have been looking at poetry, in particular The Magic Box by Kit Wright. We decided to write our own versions of the poem using good description, alliteration and a clear structure. Here are some of the children’s … Continue reading
This week in literacy the children have been working with Miss Flower in looking at different forms of poetry. They created word banks for poems about woods and then worked in pairs to create their poems in a range of … Continue reading
Usain Bolt by Madeline A speedy flash, a pop, a whizz Watch out every one- Usain’s biz! The competitors watch him at the speed of light, Wondering if they had truly seen this sight. “This is all very well!” … Continue reading
Olympic Fortnight started yesterday with an opening ceremony in which a torch was brought into the hall. Elyse was the torch-bearer for Class AS. Today the children have worked on creating their own Olympic poems. The children were given complete freedom to … Continue reading