Year three write their own traditional stories

Year 3 pupil wearing fox mask

Boys and girls in the infants will have some new stories to listen to soon after the children in year three wrote their own traditional tales to share with them.

As part of their English lessons, the children in class Y3S read lots of classic storybooks together, picking out the tales’ heroes and villains and discussing the similarities in their plots.

The children then used what they had learned to write their own traditional stories, which they plan to share with the year two classes before they are put on display in their classroom.

As a reward for all their hard work, the class then brought the story of The Gingerbread Man to life by decorating their own gingerbread men and making masks of the fairytale’s villainous fox.

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