Writing - 2016-2017

...from Reception to Year Six

What have Reception Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

A Variety of Writing from Reception Class

What have Year One Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. Letter Formation - Building great foundations
  2. Lists, Labels and Captions
  3. Recounts - A Walk around Cleckheaton
  4. Stories with Familiar Settings - At the Park
  5. Instructions - Making Buns
  6. Information Texts - Creatures
  7. Narrative Structure - Peter Rabbit
  8. Non-Chronological Reports - The Victorians
  9. Narrative Structure - Stories based on a Traditional Tale

What have Year Two Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. Non-Chronological Reports - 'LS Lowry'
  2. Performance Poetry - 'Spaghetti'
  3. Narrative Structure - 'Dogger Part 1'
  4. Narrative Structure - 'Dogger Part 2'
  5. Narrative Structure - 'The Man on the Moon'
  6. Instructions - Using the theme 'Man on the Moon'
  7. Narrative Structure - 'Fairy Tales'
  8. Recounts - 'We're Going on a Bear Hunt'
  9. Narrative Structure - 'The Conquerors'
  10. Non-Chronological Reports - Mostly about Chicks and Chickens

What have Year Three Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. Stone Age Boy - To write an Adventure Story
  2. The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane - A Power of Reading Unit
  3. Performance Poetry - A Poetry Study
  4. A Non-Chronological Report - To write a Non-Chronological Report
  5. Play Scripts - To Write a Play Script
  6. Kindlekrax - A Power of Reading Unit
  7. Instructions - To write instructions
  8. Shape Poetry - A Poetry Study
  9. Persuasive Writing - Advertising
  10. Narrative - Fantasy and Imaginary World Stories
  11. Grammar Skills - A unit on Improving Grammar
  12. Hot Like Fire - A Power of Reading Unit

What have Year Four Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. Romulus and Remus - Historical Narrative
  2. Norway - A variety of topic based writing
  3. Non-Chronological Report - a non-chronological report on Norway
  4. Narrative Writing - A narrative on The Vikings
  5. Anthony Browne - A study of the author's work
  6. Persuasive Writing - A selection of persuasive writing
  7. How to Train a Train - Explanation texts
  8. Coming Home - Investigating the narrative form
  9. Biography - A biography unit using William Shakespeare

What have Year Five Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. War Poetry - To write a war poem using imagery to depict what life was like during World War Two
  2. Recount One - To write a diary entry as though you are Anne Frank
  3. Recount Two - To write a biography of a notable figure from World War Two
  4. Historical Fiction - To write a story opening for a historical narrative (includes letter writing)
  5. Newspaper Reports - To write a newspaper report based on 'The True Story of The Three Little Pigs'
  6. Persuasive Letters - To write a persuasive letter, convincing your parents to buy a pet
  7. Non-Chronological Report - To write a non-chronological report on 'The Mayans'
  8. Narrative Writing - To write a selection of pieces based on the book 'Way Home'

What have Year Six Covered this Year? follow the links for examples of work

  1. War Poetry - To write a war poem using imagery to depict what life was like during World War Two
  2. Recount One - To write a diary entry as though you are Anne Frank
  3. Recount Two - To write a biography of a notable figure from World War Two
  4. Historical Fiction - To write a story opening for a historical narrative (includes letter writing)
  5. Newspaper Reports - To write a newspaper report based on 'The True Story of The Three Little Pigs'
  6. Persuasive Letters - To write a persuasive letter, convincing your parents to buy a pet, 'I Wanna Iguana'
  7. Narrative Writing - To write a complication/ resolution based on the picture book 'Chalk'
  8. Recount Three - To write a diary entry based on your own experiences