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Category Archives: Literacy
We are studying adverts in Year 6 and this week we shall be using and applying all we have learned to construct our own persuasive packaging and adverts. In order to make our own high quality products we must … Continue reading
Do you have a favourite advert on TV at the moment? Whether they make you laugh, cry, or just think, adverts are all about persuading us to buy a product or a service. But how do they do that? Year 6 … Continue reading
I hope you all are having a fantastic holiday and have had the chance to enjoy the glorious sunshine. Even though we are on holiday, there is still a 100 Word Challenge this week and it would be great if lots of … Continue reading
The Tacoma Narrows Bridge opened on July 1, 1940, and dramatically collapsed on November 7 of the same year. At the time of its construction, the bridge was the third longest suspension bridge in the world. Watch this dramatic video … Continue reading
In Year 4, we have been working on making persuasive leaflets to go to Lister Park. We have learnt a persuasive text that will help us to write our own leaflet. Then we identified the Toolkit, so that we can imitate it and use … Continue reading
Year 3 have been writing their own Greek Myths in Literacy. Here are some examples of what we did. Both these children included the vocabulary we discussed together to great effect! Mustafa used some wonderful words like ‘deserted‘, ‘fearsome‘, ‘spotted‘, … Continue reading
3IH have been working on making their writing more interesting by using similes. Here they wrote some similes about their own mythical monsters that they have created. Which similes do you know? How do we write similes? How can we … Continue reading
Fantastic news for the writers at Miriam Lord! Raeesa in 5SD has had her entry in Week 26 of the 100 Word Challenge chosen and published on the actual 100 Word Challenge blog! Nearly 550 children entered the challenge that week and Raeesa’s work was chosen to … Continue reading
Last week, Year 4 started their exciting new Literacy topic. We are learning about Non-Chronological Reports and we are using a great text called The Bradford Ridge-back. After reading the text, we thought of some actions to help us remember it. Then, … Continue reading
Amazing news! For the third time in a row, one of our writers at Miriam Lord has had her work chosen for the 100 Word Challenge Showcase. Muskaan in 4WS has had her entry in Week 23 of the 100 Word Challenge published … Continue reading