Slam and the ghosts

The story ends suddenly. Poor Douglas is dead and Slam is left with the ghost! What happens next?

Does Douglas become a real ghost?

The other ghost has tried to frighten Slam before and failed; what does it do now?

What will Slam do now that he has lost his brother who used to work and…

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Weirdstone of Brisingamen

Read the extract again from our guided session and write what happens next.

I would like you to imitate Alan Garner’s style and his use of powerful verbs and adjectives.

This assignment needs to be approximately three hundred words.

WAGOLL

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Year 6 Book Recommendations

Book Review: White Fang, by Jack London

White Fang is a story of survival, and trust. It is also a story of love and companionship. White Fang is a great story and Jack London writes about what it is really like to be out in the harsh, lonely world with no one to trust and no one on which to…

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Year 4 Projects - Habitats and Adaptation

We had to invent our own animals and label its abilities, habitat, prey and features. Here are some of the animals we created:

Tiocoan, Colombian Dragon-Flyer, Frotter, Pandacorn, Dogcorn, Duck-fish, Flying Centiworm, Grwolf, Sea-waddler, Dogaphant, Polar Frog, The wild leaf, Dogfly, Mamadile,…

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Year 4 Language and Culture Festival 2018

 

What a fabulous week we had during our Language and Culture Festival! We spent the whole week learning about different languages and cultures around the world. Here are some of the activities we took part in:

  • Italian Cafe
  • French Cafe
  • Italian and French culture/language…

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Year 4 Egyptian Bread Making

 

Today we made Egyptian-style bread. We worked in groups and everyone had their own roll to try. We had to take turns to mix and knead the dough. We worked as a team! We left the bread to rise for 2 hours- it had risen lots! We tasted our bread with some dips. They were a success as most…

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Adjectives, Verbs and Adverbs

Can you use your best descriptive writing to write a story opener for this scene? Remember to include your key features and your challenge is to start every sentence either with an adverb, a verb or an adjective.

WAGOLL

Slowly, a girl…

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Summer 2 Newsletter and Homework

Please find all the information you need for the next half term on this newsletter. Please note the information about a trip to St Mary's Church, Leyland for the Good Shpeherd mass. The homework project is also explained in the newsletter. 

 

 

 

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Spellings Summer 2

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DT Money Containers

In Year 4 we have been making purses, wallets, phones socks and handbags. First we looked at other designs that were professionally made and got some ideas. Then we designed our own. We had to think about colour, shape, size and how we would stitch it together. Then we made a practice (prototype)…

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Year 4 Visit World Museum Liverpool

Year 4 have had a fantastic day at the World Museum, Liverpool! We learnt lots about everyday life in Ancient Egypt and what the Ancient Egyptians believed about life after death on our trails around the Egypt gallery. We were also lucky to take part in a session led by the museum during which we…

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Art or Vandalism

Is graffiti art or vandalism? In many countries, it is a crime to paint on walls and street artists can have problems with the police. In other countries, street art is permitted in certain places. For example, in Taiwan, there are ‘graffiti zones’ where artists are free to paint and write on…

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