Wednesday, 26 April 2017

Dear Prime Minister

As part of our 'Lightning Writing' activities, we wrote some emails to the Prime Minister suggesting some things which might be done to improve our country. Some of the best examples are below:

Dear Prime Minister,
I would like to make a few changes to our country. Firstly, schools need to make learning more fun, so, for example, take the learning outside.
Secondly, the dinners: why have, say, fish fingers, which are on Wednesday. Can’t we have a mix up?
Yours sincerely,
Amy M

Dear Prime Minister,
I think you could make the country better by giving homes to the homeless because every person in the world deserves a home to stay warm and have shelter from storms.
Yours sincerely,
Lola N-M

Dear Prime Minister,
I think this country could be better by adding more houses all around our neighbourhood, but only where people want it.
When they build houses, they can’t be flats; they have to be proper houses because it will include more people near and around you. Also it will make the lives happier and easier as well.
Yours sincerely,
Aston L

Friday, 31 March 2017

Into the Valley

Today, 5AC have been writing some poetry. Mrs. McAteer was very impressed with their work. Below is work by; Maxwell, Alfie R, Kitty, Georgia, Connie, Katie, Ellie, Poppy, Harvey & Jake.

Thursday, 30 March 2017

Persuasive Letter

In English lessons, we've been studying persuasion. We researched the issue of whether CCTV in schools would be a good idea. Below is Freddie E's letter he wrote expressing his opinion. 

Friday, 24 March 2017

100 Word Challenge Showcase Week 25

Most weeks, 5DA/LM take part in the 100 Word Challenge. This week, for the second time this academic year, some of our children's writing was chosen for the Showcase. Links to the writing by Jamie and Amelie can be found below. 

If you have time, please add to the comments they've already received about their work. Well done to them both.

Thursday, 23 March 2017

Word Class Switcheroo

In recent English lessons and as part of home learning, we have been doing some 'switcheroo' with words in the same word class. Some examples can be found below.

Using one of our sentences, can you give it a go too?