A reminder to all of year six and anyone else: Monday 1st June is our first day of our new topic “Enchanted Kingdom”. Ideally everyone will be in school dressed as explorers!
First of all – well done this term! SATs went by with ease and you all worked very hard at it. We have done some mature topics in year six following SATs and you have handled and discussed these with great maturity.
As on the first day back, 1st June, we are dressing as explorers and our new topic is all related to exploring an unknown part of the world, we want to link our writing to exploring!
We want you to imagine that you are an explorer first of all. Imagine that you have just explored somewhere that everyone else will know…
This is where your imagination really comes into it. You could write a piece of narrative explaining your exploration of your living room, for example. If you write this from a “confused” point of view – it could be great. You could write it with humour and confusion, avoiding writing the name of the place. By avoiding the name of the place – could the reader work out what you have explored?
On Friday 22nd May, 2015 I embarked on a crazy adventure! I began this whirlwind in East Hunsbury. In front of me I saw some familiar cars, familiar houses and some familiar faces.
As I entered the place of exploration, I could smell some strange scents – garlicky spaghetti bolognese for sure! Black and white tiles lay across the floor and the door, which seemed to be an exit, had another door within it – for a beast to enter and exit I would imagine. Below the tables there were white doors with a bright light behind them – what on earth was this place? To be continued…
Where do you think I have described? What place have I explored?
Task: writing an exploration explanation of somewhere either interesting or extremely boring, creatively. Hopefully with clues to tell the reader where you have described.
How to submit: we now have a few ways to submit our key skills: green key skills books, OneNote, blog, shared document or via e-mail.
We look forward to reading and sharing your work! Have a fabulous week.