I will remember how I felt when it was the war.
When the war happened I was very scared and worried.
I stayed in my room, because I wouldn’t go out.
My uncles friend died I wondered how he died I think he got shot. When that happened I was so sad, because he was my friend to. My uncle went into the war and he lost a leg so then he came home in a wheel chair. Now his wound is gone but he is still in a wheel chair. My dad died in the war it was sad.
I remember how I felt when my son went in the war I was that worried I couldn’t get to sleep all night .
In the morning I had a big surprise my son had came back early but it was because he had lost a leg and a arm so it wasn’t a really big surprise and he was in a wheel chair . So every second and minute he needed to be looked after he needed to be changed ,washed, even fed he could not do any of them things but I will all ways take care !
I remember how I felt when I heard that my great, granddad died in world war one. I wondered how he died but I knew he must have been shot. When I asked my granddad what he thought he said he said he saw him, being shot in the chest. When I got home and I went to bed I, couldn’t sleep I was crying all night finally, my mum heard me and gave me a photo, of my great granddad I kept crying but now I was a bit better. Then I woke up and held the photo tightly.
On 11th November each year, people remember those who have died fighting in wars and conflicts. This year we are commemorating the centenary of World War I. The prompt this week is:
You might like to write about how it felt to be left at home worrying; you may want to write about how it felt to go away from your loved ones and fight in a foreign land; you may like to write a poem about how you feel on Remembrance Day.
As always you have 100 words. Please think carefully and seriously about your work.
Well done for taking part in Computing week, Class 3. I was very impressed with how much effort you put into the activities: creating computer code (algorithms), exploring our blogs and writing comments, creating a PowerPoint and learning about E-Safety. Thank you very much to the parents who attended and all of Class 3 for trying very hard. Miss Potts
We have had a very exciting day learning more about the Romans at Arbeia Roman Fort in South Shields. We took part in some interesting workshops and we even got to dress up like Romans. Unfortunately, Mr Laidler is still poorly, so he missed the trip but we will have lots to tell him about when he comes back to school!
For the past week we have been learning about multiplication. Can you complete the activities below?
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