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Xavi and Cameron made this short film outside of school one day using Lego Moviemaker:
School uniform is something that divides opinion. Before Mounts went off to Croft Farm we wrote a letter to the incoming Headteacher to express our opinions and persuade her that the school uniform should be kept or scrapped:
23rd October 1916 I hate the war I wish I didn’t sign up. The field was gloomy, foggy and it looks like a monster’s face. There were trenches everywhere. I nearly fell over in one, there was fog coming out. I got wounded on the leg three times. I don’t think I’ll be back by Christmas. People were putting phone wires up and a flare shot up. A man was in no mans land at noon I thought he was going to die. I ran and saved him and a German shot but he got my leg again.
Start by building a ladder and catch a star, Take it far away to a castle, Ask it what it is thinking, Return it to its home.
Another selection of ‘The Boy Who Lived’ shape poems from Skye, Louis and Xavi: