Zeynab read examples of poems on ‘Writers’ Ink’ and wanted to write her own poem with lots of words beginning
Charles, Scott and Zane read the first chapter of “Bill’s New Frock” by Anne Fine. The boys then composed a diary
Allegra worked very hard in the primary classroom to create a tongue twister using words that start with the letter
Evie wrote a funny poem for National Poetry Day about the days of the week. She thought carefully about the
Rosie watched Michael Rosen perform ‘Chocolate Cake’ and wrote her own version about carrots. We love Rosie’s vivid imagination! http://www.michaelrosen.co.uk
Lana has written a persuasive letter to her head teacher. She was shown a picture of a boy and girl wearing
Erin has made a fantastic pig in her art session with Shaun. It inspired a silly tongue twister. See if
Luka has written an imaginative acrostic poem – using his favourite animals and books as inspiration.
Stacey has been working in our garden, harvesting huge courgettes and carrots. We then used these to create various delicious
Aya wrote a fantastic poem about summer. We love the way she has built a picture in the reader’s mind.
Muhammad has written a book review for Roald Dahl’s fantastic novel ‘James and the Giant Peach.’ We love Muhammad’s enthusiasm
Jake had a wonderful day visiting the fire station on King’s Road. He was able to turn on the siren,