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A mad dash for victory Chapter 1: The Beginning It was 1852 and there were two men. One was called Richard and the other was called Bill. They were both about to join the army. One day Bill said: … Continue reading
Yo man. I was walkin down the street when this kid ran in front of me to stop me yeah! As he went into ze bozzer I realised he was my friend yeah! I went in and started to chill … Continue reading
In literacy we have been looking at explanation texts and decided to use something a little bit different to stimulate ideas. We looked at Kate Bush’s Cloudbusting video and asked the children to write an explanation based on what they … 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
In Literacy, over the past fortnight, we have been looking at playscripts while watching a film version of Oliver Twist. we decided to write playscripts either turning part of the film into a script or writing an additional scene. Some … Continue reading