This week, Year 4 have been writing persuasive letters to someone they know to try and persuade them to look after their teeth properly. Matthew wrote a very persuasive (and funny) letter to Miss Chittick. This is a small part of his letter:
“To begin with, you MUST take care of your teeth so that plaque does not spread around teeth town! Plaque is made up of harmful bacteria that stick to your teeth and it causes tooth decay and cavities. Do you want your NIGHTMARE to become a REALITY?”
Great work Matthew, I’m sure Miss Chittick will listen to you!
Heather is this week’s writer of the week for a writing a fantastic Biography about the gymnast Claudia Fragapane. Here is a short extract…
Interestingly, Claudia Fragapane was born on 24th October 1997. She is a British Artistic Gymnast. Furthermore, she grew up in Bristol. Fragapane attended St Bernadette Catholic Secondary School and at the age of 6, she was trained in gymnastics by Helen Potter from Bristol Hawks.
Cedar’s Writer of the Week last week was Jamie for writing and performing a very exciting commentary script as if he was commentating on a Roman gladiator fight. He worked really hard and showed excellent resilience when working independently and he was able to accurately edit and improve his work to include more description. Great work Jamie, keep it up!
This week’s writer of the week from Cedar class is Imogen for using lots of ambitious vocabulary to create a powerful soliloquy…
“Tonight is my final time to think about the upcoming battle. I will rip and tear the blue-faced, wild beasts and I must think carefully about how we use our mighty weapons. Should I be worried, with all our weapons? Worried or not, I will grind the blue-faced barbarians to dust! On the battle field, I will fight for my eagle, my army, my family and even myself.”