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21 Apr Year 3 update

Year 3 have been following daily writing lessons on YouTube taught by Jane Considine called ‘Super Sentence Stackers’. Click this link to watch the lesson and the animation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOmt86-IPRw Here is a selection of their writing inspired by a section of a film called ‘The…

Year 3 have been following daily writing lessons on YouTube taught by Jane Considine called ‘Super Sentence Stackers’. Click this link to watch the lesson and the animation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uOmt86-IPRw

Here is a selection of their writing inspired by a section of a film called ‘The Piano’.

Leo R:

As I sat by the piano dreaming, I imagined that intense moment. I was sprinting across the battlefield, my friend with me. We hid behind an old rock. We decided that my friend would go

and try to attack. So, he got out from behind the rock and started to attack……….but it was too late. He fell into my arms.

Nicolas:

Arthur’s fingers twinkled on the piano’s keys smoothly and gently. Drifting back to a sad moment in the war, he remembered moments when his courageous friend had been shot by gun fire from the enemies. It was too late for him to be saved. Arthur felt an immense pain in his heart and would never forget these moments.

Lila:

He shuddered as he thought about that sad moment. He had been in the army with his friend. They were behind a rock. His friend was about to jump out and shoot but it was too late. He fell back onto the floor. He picked him up in his arms and whispered to him “I will never forget you”.​

Lauren