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Antarctica Project

Year 4 have been learning about Antarctica during literacy as part of a descriptive writing unit.  Miss Connellan's literacy set became so passionate about the topic that they continued the work into a four week project.  They completed independent research about the continent, wrote descriptions based on real life photos and wrote diary entries in role imagining they were scientists at Rothera Research Station.  The photos they looked at were from the blog of an artist called Adele Jackson who travelled to Antarctica earlier this year.  Miss Connellan was so impressed by the quality of the children’s writing that she emailed some of it to Adele.  Adele wrote back and said the writing was so fantastic and captured the feeling of being in Antarctica so well that she asked to publish some of the extracts on the blog! 


The children also wrote stories in a particular genre set in Antarctica and then used the iPad technology of iMovie and teleprompt with green screen to make film trailers to advertise them.  Thank you Mr Burnett for helping us!


This is the link to Adele's blog...