Little Red Riding Hood, by Olivia

Once upon a time, there was a pretty young girl called Little Red Riding Hood. She lived in a small cottage with transparent windows. She asked her mother if she could go and visit her grandmother along the path.

Little Red Riding Hood set off. She was so excited she started to sing her favourite song. She had her basket of goodies in one hand and a bottle of water in the other. She was so busy singing she accidentally went the way her mother told her not to go, into the dark, gloomy woods. The poor girl’s face looked like she was going to burst into tears. Little Red Riding Hood cautiously carried on walking, when suddenly  came to a path that split into two. One way led to a field of flowers and the other way let to grandma’s house. She thought that her mum wouldn’t mind if she stopped to pick some flowers for gran. When she bent down something made her jump. She turned round to see… A big scary wolf! The wolf said “What is a child as small as you doing here?”

“I’m going to my grandmother’s house,” replied Little Red Riding Hood.

“Do you know the way?” said the wolf.

“Yes, there’s that way and that way,” answered Little Red Riding Hood. “I really must be going now.”

My Twisted Fairy Tale, by Harrison

Once upon a time there lived a beautiful girl called little red riding hood. She asked her mother if she could go and visit her Grandma. So little red riding hood walked through the dark, spooky forest. Suddenly  from out of the tree a fast squirrel screamed “A wolf has eaten your Grandmother! We must go and save her.” They ran along the path to collect poisonous, dangerous berries to poison the wold.

They got to the old cottage and gave him the poisonous berries and he began to feel sick. The wood cutter came and chopped the wolf in half and saved Grandmother. They lived happily ever after.

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The end.

Volcano Postcards

We have finished creating our own postcards using Microsoft Publisher this week.

Now we need to think about what facts we can share about volcanoes in the United Kingdom and any questions we might like to ask Mr Webb and Room Three at Auroa School, Taranaki, New Zealand, who live near a volcano.

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Our Postcard, by Alex and Amelia

Alex and Amelia

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Our Postcard, by Anton and Olivia

Anton and Olivia postcard

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Our Postcard, by Declan and Nathan

Dec and Nate postcard

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Our Postcard, by Ewan and Sadie

Ewan and Sadie Postcard

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Our Postcard, by George and Aaliyah

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Our Postcard, by Keira and Isabelle

Keira And Isabelle

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Our Postcard, by Ria and Tyler

Ria Tyler Postcards

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Our Postcard, by Thomas and Daisy

Thomas and Daisy postcard

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Our Postcard, by Xavier and Harrison

Xavier and Harrison postcard

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Our Postcard, by Freya and Liam

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Volcanoes

We are creating our own volcanic postcards using Publisher in our computing lessons.

Once our postcards are finished we will be posting them to New Zealand to Mr Webb and Room Three.

Their primary school is in Taranaki and they live near a volcano, pictured below.

What questions might you like to ask them?

Why did we search for and save images of Snowdonia and Edinburgh Castle for our postcards?

Do you know of any other volcanoes around the world?

Words Within Words

We had a video message from Stella Speller this morning. Watch the video and see how many words you can find within your spellings this week.

Stella Speller – Words Within Words from Mrs Atherton on Vimeo.