2020/21- Year 4 have been busy publishing their Roman Invasion Newspapers this week.
2020/21- Year 4 have worked incredibly hard on publishing their first piece of writing. Our writing is linked to our Romans topic, we wrote our own time travelling back to the Roman era narratives.
Year 5 began creating our first piece of publishable writing. We worked hard to ensure that we had edited and redrafted our work so that it was ready to be published as part of our class book- All About Us.
Year 5 have worked incredibly hard on our published pieces of evacuee diary writing, what do you think of them?
Year 3’s first published piece of writing. What do you think to our descriptions of our made up dragon species?
After working with Conrad Burdekin during poetry week, Year 5 wrote up and published their fantastic poem about bullying.
Year 5 decided to publish our information text about WW2 in a different way. We created explosion books to catch our reader’s attention.
Year 3/4 Publishing in progress
In Year 3 we retold the story of the Greek Myth ‘Pandora’s Box’, we then redrafted our work to improve it, before publishing it in the style of a traditional scroll.
Year 5 maintaining fantastic focus as they complete their published write up.
Year 5’s informative newspaper reports on the devastating earthquake in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Year 3 have been working extremely hard on writing their own narrative for the wordless book ‘Free Fall’ by David Wiesner.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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