At Park Hill Primary School, we always challenge the children in their writing. We celebrate children who are focused on improving their work and being the best they can be. Welcome to our Writing Hall of Fame, illustrating the best work from around the school!
Presentation King and Queen
The crown and tiara have been handed over to a new King and Queen. Well done for super presentation and working really hard!
On Monday, there was a mysterious door that appeared in the hall! It was covered in vines, cobwebs and even blood stained handprints! There was even a signpost that told us where the door might lead to such as : the past, the present, the future, space and even the unknown! Across the school, we […]
The Door appeared in the hall over the weekend and on Monday morning all the children came into the hall to see it being unveiled. Many questions were asked about the door and the children had some brilliant ideas for the type of writing they could do this week. Julia decided to write a fantasy […]
There was a surprise for the whole school in assembly on Monday, when a mystery door was unveiled. The children were asked for their ideas about where the door could lead them to, and Year 6 have been really enthusiastic about writing their own adventure, mystery or horror stories based on the door. Check out […]
This week, 5MP have been working on a character description of ‘Grendel’ from ‘Beowulf’. The children have produced some fantastic pieces of writing which have been exhibited on our wall of fame. Here is a small selection for you to read, enjoy!
Isabella from 5D has been writing in the style of Roald Dahl. Poor Heather Tinsel encounters the formidable Sir Hurricane – ‘ the familiar dead black eyes looked at her only this time they were ablaze with anger’ read on to find out what happens next!
In Year Six, we have been looking at the text Street Child. We have been looking at key events within the story. In our writing, we have tried to step into the role of the main character, Jim. I have been really impressed with the children’s stamina with writing and their editing skills. Well done! […]