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Simile Poem - written by KS2 - At Harvest Time (an extract) 

Leaves spin like a tornado,

And glide like a swooping vulture,

Then fall to the ground like a bird with an injured wing.

At Harvest time

Cobwebs as intricate as a painting by Turner,

Hang from threads, like diamond jewellery in a shop,

And blackberries, like pupils, grower bigger and blacker.

At Harvest time

Tractors as loud as a traffic jam,

Crunch through leaves that have fallen to the ground like ripped up paper,

With a sound like the bite of toffee apple.

At Harvest time

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Thinking Globally about Development and Understanding About Deprivation

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We have been inspired by our class text- Kick by Mitch Johnson. It is based in Indonesia. This has made us appriciate how lucky we are and what is happening around the world. We have researched the deprivation and exploitation of the natural world. We will be building on this through supporting another deprived area- Romania.

Our church is St. Michael the Archangel, Markington. 

The children researched to find out more...

 

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