"Working together to achieve value and recognise the strengths of all"
Creative Writing Competitions
Each term the children take part in a writing challenge that fires their imagination and allows them to showcase their writing skills. A winner is chosen from each class or year group and these children are awarded a fountain pen. Past themes have included an adaptation from The Borrowers, when we welcomed tiny visitors to our school and a 'Who Done It?' investigation when a staff photo was vandalized! A book containing all the winning pieces of writing can be found in the school foyer. Next time you are at the office, feel free to have a look at all of our amazing writing.
Autumn Term 1 2016
Room 101 themed creative writing competition- Year 6 lead
The children were asked to write a letter to Barry (the security guard to room 101) to ask him to banish their chosen food forever.
We have some amazing writers in our school!!! Well done to everyone for trying so hard with your writing but a special well done goes to all the winners of this terms competition.
Spring Term 2
Superheroes is the theme for the task this term, introduced by the Year 3 teachers. This term, instead of writing the story in their books, the children are using the school ipads to create their amazing stories.
Some of year 6 writing their stories on the IPads.
Spring Term 1.
Spring saw the turn of the Year 5 teachers to set the Creative Writing task. The children had to write a Robot themed poem. Different Year groups chose to use different types of poems.
Well done to all the children for their excellent poetry!
Here are some of the winners!
Autumn Term 2
The Year One teachers launched the competition this term. The genre chosen was a recount. The children had recount of an adventure with 'The Snowman'.
Autumn Term 1
This term the task linked to the national Royal Mail writing competition. The activities and winners are shown below.