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Holy Trinity CE Primary School

Holy Trinity CE Primary School

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Explorers and Poets.

This week we explored poetry and journeys.

Since we’ve been reading Claude and the City we thought it would be a great idea to become poets and write our own poems on the city. What do you think?

The London Eye is shining bright in the sky.
London underground train makes a bebeb sound.
The cars are doing a noise.
Cars were driving to the city.
The big buildings are shining.

By a Kingfisher Group


Tallest buildings they are so high
They are nearly touching the sky
Taxis are rushing through the wind
The wind is blowing and taxis and buses are going.
A car is a car, a bus is a bus, a pupil is a person and the clouds are moving by
A very beautiful wonderland

By a Nightingale Group.

We wrote a postcard after our journey as Claude who went to the city.


We have also been busy looking at maps – the human and physical features and the map key and symbol. Unfortunately, we didn’t find any symbols or features to indicate hidden treasure but we did enjoy exploring the maps.


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