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Memories of year 6…

June 19th, 2016 by

We have had so much fun in year 6 (even when we were working so hard to get ready for the SATS) and now, as we get ready to leave primary school, is the time to remember some of those magical moments. They don’t have to be about something that happened in the classroom, it can be from playtime, dinner time, trips….anything that you will remember about year 6. I look forward to reading some of these memories and sharing them with you all.

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100 Word Challenge (a whistle blew and everyone disappeared)

June 12th, 2016 by and tagged ,

 

10859 Harley           10879 Eli

On the field, a whistle blew and everyone disappeared. Covering the field, police began to arrive – they were looking for a man (who had a navy blue hat on). Only half an hour before, there had been a robbery in the shop nearby. Guilty and anxious, the man kept on running: he did not want to get caught. “If this cold-hearted man doesn’t get found, I will be furious!” Tired, he finally give up – the police found him. Unfortunately, he was sentenced with eighteen months in jail. He has stolen a bottle of coke and chewing gum.

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On the 28th of May I….

June 3rd, 2016 by and tagged

On the 28th of May, I went to something called Splash world in Southport, it was amazing. I went with my dad, my brother (Jacob), my sister (Isabel), my aunty Gemma, my aunty Sammy, my friends( Andrew, Ashley and Warren) and Andrew and Ashley’s mum. In splash world, there were three slides, two blue, and one yellow, the yellow slide was a doughnut slide-which means, when you went down it you needed an inflatable ring with the little handles on it. Also when you got half way down the slide you would get stuck in a deep puddle of water, so you had to get out of your doughnut and push it, so that you can jump back onto it and go down the rest of the slide. The two blue slides were different, all because the wider slide was slower than the other one. I went down the slower slide first because I didn’t know how fast they were, but I soon realised that they were not as fast as I thought. The thinner slide was quite fast but not as fast as it said on the notice just outside the changing rooms.

Next to the pool there was this play ground for the swimming pool. At the top where no-one could reach there was a giant yellow bucket that filled up with water and when it as full it would tip over and if you were standing underneath you would get really wet. My aunty Sammy, Andrew, Ashley, Warren and I all lay underneath it and it hit us on the back, it had lots of power. 

I had lots of fun in splash world, why don’t you tell us what you did in the holidays.          

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James- The Giant’s Necklace

May 25th, 2016 by

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James

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Ryley’s The Giant’s Necklace

May 25th, 2016 by and tagged , , ,

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Maddi’s The giant’s Necklace

May 25th, 2016 by and tagged , ,

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Aya’s The Giant’s Necklace

May 25th, 2016 by and tagged , , ,

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Ismail’s The Giant’s Necklace

May 25th, 2016 by and tagged , ,

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Sapphire Battersea – reading stem

May 24th, 2016 by and tagged ,

I predict that in this chapter, Sapphire will be asked to do some jobs around the grand house : She probably won’t do it correctly and get shouted at. Just from looking at the first sentence in this chapter, I can infer that she has overslept. I think that ‘behind like a sheep’s tail’  means that they are running later then ever. I think that the word genuflected means worked. I know now that it means – from late. I have predicted correctly and Sapphire has not understood how to operate the kitchen range and has been sent off in disgrace. I think that if Sapphire really did ‘scrub her fingernails raw’ then Sarah (the head housemaid) should at least tell her that she has done a good job. I think that having to shape the butter into a rose for Mr Buchanan (Sapphire’s boss) is just ridiculous. I wonder why Bertie (the butcher’s boy) keeps calling Sapphire beautiful.

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Persuasive letter!

May 24th, 2016 by and tagged

Dear Mrs Duxbury,

I am writing this letter to inform you why I want to be one of the eight people going to Kids meet.

Here are my reasons why I think I will be good enough to go to Kids meet.

  • I will have an amazing attitude and mix well with the other schools.
  • My best behavior and manners will be shown all the time.
  • I feel like I can explain why you should blog and 100wc  really well.
  • I  can use my expression to drag people in. ( Of course, in a good way!)
  • I am very confident and  quite bright.  This – I think- will make the reader want to carry on listening to us.
  • I LOVE blogging so maybe other children will see how happy I am about blogging.
  • Also, I really want to go.

Hopefully, you have taken this letter into notice and I have convinced you to choose me

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