Tuesday, 24 November 2015

WW1 Fantastic Free Writing!

 By Christopher and Cesar

Here are some excellent examples of writing from St. Clare's Class last week. Click on each picture to make it larger and easier to read.

Each of these children has put lots of effort into their writing and has achieved a wonderful outcome. Most of these pieces are from our 'free writing' session, in which the children in St. Clare's could write anything they wished to in response to the chapter of 'The Silver Donkey' called 'The Front'. I am sure you will agree that the work they produced is very impressive! Well done everyone!

 By Darcy

 By Finn

 By Jada
 By Jessica
 By Kenan
 By Justin

 By Jack G.
 By Blessie

By Amelie F.

Here are some excellent pieces of work from the previous week, when we were focusing on Wilfred Owen's famous World War One poem, 'Dulce Et Decorum Est Pro Patria Mori'.

A wonderful analysis of the techniques used by Owen, by Elizabeth:

Comic strips to show the meaning of some of the most powerful lines, by Harry and Daniella:


Daniel :{) said...

I think free writing is AMAZING!!! ;)

Daniel :{) said...

I'm starting to enjoy literacy.

Jess said...

I love books

Justin said...

I love Topic!

Justin said...

I am very proud of my work! :p :)

JACK.G said...

The work up there is amazing and I am happy mine is up there

JACK.G said...

The comics are AMAZBALLS

Jess said...

Now, if I am thinking back to last year, back then I liked books, but thinking about it, now I Looooooooovvvvvvvveeeeeee books !!!!!!!!!!

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