Here are the final drafts of poems written about the Holocaust, inspired by remote sessions led by James Nash. Mrs Amos is so proud of how the children dealt with such a difficult issue!
Here are the final drafts of poems written about the Holocaust, inspired by remote sessions led by James Nash. Miss Gayton is so proud of how the children dealt with such a difficult issue!
Here are some poems that have been written so far by members of Y6! We have not done final drafts yet and when we do, we will display them all here for everyone to marvel at!
We continued to listen to Tom Palmer's story, "The Question" and listened to more instructions from James. Then we began writing our poems on this day....can you see us hard at work?
This year, we are lucky to have local poet (and regular visitor to IWPS!) James Nash spend some time working with us. Our theme this year is the Holocaust Memorial Day and James is leading us through some tried and tested methods to get us all writing poetry! We will try to share some of our work each day!
For our first Friday Fun session, our Y6s answered multiple choice questions about our class novel, 'Who Let the Gods out?' and enjoyed a madcap Scavenger Hunt too! (It was interesting how many appearances Chloe's cactus made and Aaliyah's French bulldog, Lola!!)
As part of our PE this week, the Y6s have tried to make snow sculptures. Aren't they great?