To complement our history work on 'Tudors', we have read the wonderful book, 'Treason' by Berlie Doherty.
Here is some of our work:
Soft, mumbled gibberish spills out of the ruby-red lips of the chubby-cheeked prince as the painter slaps the oily paint upon the white canvas. The strong tangy taste of his bejewelled rattle makes the prince's face crumple like a used tissue...his patience was fading fast.
Story Poem-Lewis and Willow (Y6)
I smell danger lurking beneath the briny current,
I see Poseidon's spuming, rearing horses- manes of froth, legs built out of the salty sea
I hear the haunting, penetrating screams floating away like flotsam,
I touch the dark depths of despair stealing away my soul.
We have really enjoyed exploring the animation and text: Varmints.