Amazing writing from our Y2 children. Following their research about Brazilian legends, they had to create their own legend and come up with a name for them!
Year 6 are typing up their ‘Blitz’ newspaper reports to ensure they use the correct layout and structure.
Year 3 have been creating some Nonsense poems this week all about a fruit salad! They had to include descriptions for different fruit using nonsense words!
Year 2 had to choose their new class book by just reading the blurb. They had to decide which one best matched their 'Muck, Mess and Mixtures' project to help them decide.
Some great diary entries by year 6: based on the diary of Anne Frank and hiding in a secret room.
Year 4 had an awesome time making MUD PIES today! We sourced all ingredients from the local area and followed instructions to create our masterpieces.
Year 3 had a very fun English lesson this morning following instructions to make mud pies!
Year 5 have been evacuated this week to start our Child's War project and have written letters to their parents all about their first week of evacuation in Carmarthen, Inverness, Rothesay and Barnstaple. Parents will be receiving them through the post at the beginning of next week and the children have been so excite to write with real purpose.
Y2 used 'The Lighthouse Keeper's Lunch' as inspiration for their writing. Through 'Talk for Writing', they retold the story and then wrote their own version of it!
Year 6 imagined that they had landed on a far away planet and wrote some amazing descriptions of what they could see. They used a variety of descriptive language and writing features. Which ones can you find?
After watching the film, 'Baboon on the Moon', year 5 wrote some amazing recounts all about the Baboon's day. Can you spot on recount features in their writing?
Year 3 had to think carefully about the layout and language features of their explanation texts. They began by designng theor own robots and had to describe their explanation and explain how it works. Which machine do you think would be most helpful to you?
Year 5/6 watched a World War 2 evacuee telling their experience of being evacuated to help plan their evacuee letter home.
Reception enjoying our whole school Friday afternoon 'Drop Everything And Read' session.
Reception had a visit from 'Metal Mike' today. He only liked to eat the wirds when we sounded them out in our best robot voices. At the end of the phonics lesson, we 'powered down' and turned our human voices back on.
Year 3 published their list poems this morning and they had to use lots of adjectives and verbs to describe metals in different states!
Spilsby Primary School