Harley has worked hard to keep his handwriting on the lines and remember to use full stops and capital letters!
The writer of the week this week is Olivia Mullineaux. She not only met all the steps to success with her impressive description but also seamlessly wove together the two parts of her narrative, making her story come alive! Well done Olivia- we eagerly await to read what happens next!
Our writer of the week is Daisy – Mae for ‘penning down’ a lovely acrostic poem on volcanoes. She has endeavoured to make it as interesting as possible by including ambitious verbs and a simile! Well done Daisy- Mae. Keep up the great work.
The writer of the week is Liam Anderson for drafting an impressive factual text on rocks (chalk). Well done Liam! Looking forward to reading your final and finished text.
The Year 3 writer of the week goes to Stephanie for great use of inverted commas and speech when writing her Greek myth.
The title, ‘writer of the week’ goes to Connor for writing a very impressive diary entry. He not only met all the steps to success but went over and beyond to include some wonderful adjectives to make his writing super great! Way to go Connor! Keep up the great work!
In his words……
Today was a great day. I was playing with my toys in my bedroom when suddenly out of nowhere a magic coin appeared. I was afraid to touch it. I decided to take it to school and put it in my pocket.
All of a sudden, I was teleported to Greece. I met someone called Orpheus. In his palace, he showed me a big slide that goes in to the water. What a brilliant day it was, incredible!
We worked really hard at improving our writing skills a few weeks ago. All of us in Ash turned in some really inspired pieces of writing. The prize on offer was being nominated as “The Writer of the Week” – and after a lot of careful deliberation, the child chosen was…. (drum roll)…. Phoebe!
Congratulations! We look forward to more wonderful work from you! Keep up the brilliant work.
This week, Jake has written a fantastic diary entry using his imagination to travel back in time to Ancient Greece. Well done!
In Aspen, we pride ourselves in celebrating our mistakes and improving our work. In literacy, we have started to use our editing rulers within our editing station sessions. It’s helped give children a focus to their editing, especially in their writing. We’re hoping this enthusiasm for editing and improving will help us to make our writing even more fantastic!
This half term’s topic is ‘Tribal Tales’. We will be looking at life in prehistoric Britain, focusing on the Stone Age, Iron Age and Bronze Age.
We started our exciting topic by making tools that you would have found in a Stone Age cave. The children showed excellent resilience to follow some difficult instructions. I wonder if anyone knows what the name of the tools are?
The children had great fun making their tools and will continue to use them and learn about them further in their History and Literacy lessons this half term.