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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Fabulous Poetry!

As mentioned in our previous blog post. this week we wrote poems about The Great Fire of London to the tunes of 'London Bridge is Falling Down' and 'The Wheels On The Bus'. Here are a couple of examples of amazing writing which we are very proud of:

The houses burned down a lot, down a lot, down a lot.

The houses burned down a lot.

In 1666.

 

Samuel Peypes dug a hole, dug a hole, dug a hole.

Samuel Peypes dug a hole.

In 1666.

 

King Charles II tried to help, tried to help, tried to help.

King Charles II tried to help.

In 1666.

- By Roxanne Reid, Sparrows

London's burning, London's gone.

London's gone, London's gone.

London's burning, London's gone.

In Pudding Lane.

 

All the houses got burned down.

Got burned down, got burned down.

All the houses got burned down.

People were screaming.

 

- By Tanvir Dhaliwal, Merlins

 

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