After reading and studying many different British legends, the children have written their own legends. They have worked extremely hard on these, editing and improving them continuously, and I have thoroughly enjoyed reading them. These will be made into books for others to read – I’m sure that you’ll enjoy reading them too.
Well done to our final mystery writer of the term - Layla Armitage. Her legend was written in the correct style and she managed to interweave action, description and dialogue throughout. Her sentence types were varied, including relative clauses and subordinate clauses, and she worked extremely hard to include a wide variety of punctuation. Preferring to print at the beginning of the year, Layla now produces beautiful, joined-up handwriting which is lovely to see.