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For the last few weeks we have been playing with words, thinking about rhyme and pattern. We recorded this podcast during our plenary and lesson review sessions while we were sharing the spells we had written based on a scene from a Play by William Shakespeare. We learned about the Tudors last term, and Shakespeare was a famous writer from Tudor Times. We had lots of fun thinking of ingredients. What do you think? Would the Bard have been as proud as we are?

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For the last few weeks we have been playing with words, thinking about rhyme and pattern. We recorded this podcast during our plenary and lesson review sessions while we were sharing the limericks we had been working on in class. The first part of the podcast features some of the limericks we made while we played a class game. Spooky!. The last few we wrote our selves, using the rhyming pattern and rhythm we had learned during our lessons. What do you think?

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For the last few weeks we have been playing with words, thinking about rhyme and pattern. We recorded this podcast during our plenary and lesson review sessions while we were sharing the limericks we had been working on in class. The first part of the podcast features some of the limericks we made while we played a class game. Spooky!. The last few we wrote our selves, using the rhyming pattern and rhythm we had learned during our lessons. What do you think?

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The Third episode of our retelling of a local legend.

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The second episode of our retelling of a local legend.

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Episode 1 of our retelling of a local legend.

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We decided we would like to read a special Christmas story for you. Here is our version of Baby Bear's Christmas Kiss, a picture book by John Prater. We had great fun making this program for you and hope you enjoy. Mosquitoes.

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For the last couple of weeks we have been working on writing our own playscripts. We used a book by Author Jill Murphy as a starting poit for our work, and as a class produced our own play based on the book. We would love to hear what you think of our performance.

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Here is the long awaited, in our minds anyway, second episode of our Young Henry acrostic poetry podcast. We hope you enjoy listening to it as much as we did creating it.

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This week have been learning about Henry VIII's younger years. We have been comparing portraits, of how he looked when he was young with how he looked as he got older. We created similes in our literacy hour to describe Henry as a young man, using clues in the portraits we explored, and used these to create these simile acrostics using his name. Here are a few of the poems we wrote, we will be publishing the others in our next episode. We would love to hear what you think.

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