Star Writer of the Week
This week’s Star Writer is Imaan from 5A. She wrote a setting description as part of the work we did on JK Rowling for world book week. Her work was full of expanded noun phrases, fronted adverbials, and amazing description. Well done, Imaan, fantastic work.
This week's Star Writer is Ismaeel Chaudry from 4D
This week’s Star Writer is Joshua Jinks from 2S
This week Joshua has created a wonderful piece of writing by changing 'The Gingerbread Man' story to be set in 1666 when the Great Fire of London started. Joshua has been trying very hard to make his writing more exciting by including expanded noun phrases and adverbials of time.
Well done Joshua keep up the amazing writing.
This week’s Star Writer is Madison Punchard from 3G. Madison has written an explanation text about the process of mummification in Ancient Egypt. She has used time connectives, subordinating conjunctions and fronted adverbials which make her writing clear and easy to read.
This week’s Star Writer is Ismail Faheem in 1k for a super Dinosaur Fact File . Ismail included information on carnivores and herbivores and even added an extra did you know fact.
This week’s Star Writer is Genevieve from Sparkling Stars. She has tried so hard to independently sound out the words to describe how she enjoyed tasting the Chinese Food for Chinese New Year. A brilliant sentence with lots of sounds in and some great long words! Well done Genevieve!
This week’s Star Writer is Dilan Chaukria for his use of description, good vocabulary choices and the creation of tension in writing.
This week’s Star Writer is Alicia from 5SW. Alicia wrote an amazing character description for The Highwayman, as part of a writing assessment and our topic for this half term. She included expanded noun phrases, similes, co-ordinating conjunctions, 5/6 spellings and a beautiful legible and neatly joined handwriting style. The vocabulary she used was fantastic and engaged the reader. Well done Alicia, we are really proud of you!
This week’s Star Writer is Olivia from Class 4P. Olivia wrote an amazing story about a magic potion, based on George’s Marvellous Medicine. She included expanded noun phrases, fronted adverbials, subordinating conjunctions and even some correctly punctuated speech. The vocabulary she used was fantastic and it was a super story to read. She loved reading it to the class.
This week’s Star Writer is Roya Abdullah from 3D. Roya has been trying exceptionally hard to include new ambitious vocabulary that matches the genre and shade of meaning of her writing. For this piece of work, we were trying hard to show the feelings of a character who had experienced a really bad day. Roya achieved this through her word choices and the way she linked her ideas together.
This week’s Star Writer is Jenson in 2W. He has written a fantastic description about what can be seen in the Australian outback and rainforest. He used interesting adjectives, commas for lists and expanded noun phrases. He also tried hard to include some joined handwriting too. Well done Jenson!
This week’s Star Writer is Jed Clark from 1P.
He has used good adjectives to describe the forest setting as well as using ‘because’ to extend his sentences. Super writing! Well done, Jed!
This week’s Star Writer is Zahra in Dazzling Diamonds for her super independent firework writing. You used the sentence guide to write about what noises a firework makes. You sounded out each word and formed each letter beautifully. Well done Zahra!