Tip top class work!
Pupils from Oak Class at Avon Park School have been learning and writing Haiku poems. Made up only three lines, every first line of Haiku has five syllables, the second line has seven, and the third has five.
During the session, the aspiring writers constructed sentences using imaginary words adn were keen to share them with staff. Proud Teacher, Molly Cooper invited Deputy Head Teacher, Ed Wright to the class to listen to some of their work, which blew them away.
"It was a pleasure to hear the carefully selected words from the children. You could clearly read and hear the hard work and dedication to the poems."
Molly was equally impressed and commented:
"The children read their poems out with confidence and were able to answer questions about their word choices and what a Haiku poem is."
Well done to everyone in Oak Class!