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ALL THE LATEST NEWS, VIEWS AND STORIES FROM AROUND YOUR LOCAL AREA:APRIL/MAY


What a busy term we have had at Eaglesfield Paddle and I would like to share some of the work we have been doing.


PERFECT PADDLE PROSE AND PADDLE PIRATES IN YEAR 3 Paddle Pirates!


I would like to say how proud I am of my Year 3 class, they have worked so hard with many different genres of writing and their progress has been amazing. I would like to share two examples of writing. First of all, a piece of traditional poetry written by Ben Proctor and based on the poem Land of Counterpane, by Robert Louis Stevenson:


Land Of Counterpane When I was sick and lay in bed, I had two pillows for my head. And all my toys beside me lay, To keep me happy all the day.


I saw my rocket go to the moon, He finally arrived back by noon. When he touched down he felt the earth, Realising his importance and worth.


There was a strong and stormy breeze, Through the dark and haunted trees. The animals were all scared away, Wondering what had arrived that day.


Although it still amazes us all, My astronaut standing proud and tall. How long can he simply remain In my adventurous land of counterpane?


By Ben Proctor Year 3


The second piece of writing is by Poppy Muncaster and is an extract from her version of Pandora’s Box:


“Many moons ago in ancient Greece lived two passionate, grateful brothers named Epimetheus and Prometheus. Without warning, Zeus the most powerful leader of all the gods had hidden fire from all of the hands of mankind. This meant the community were unable to make unbreakably strong tools to cook and hunt. Prometheus thought that this was extremely unfair.


“I’m not prepared to stand for this!” announced Prometheus. He was clever and knew that on the Isle of Lemnos lived a handyman called Hephaestus, a slave of Zeus.


The follow morning Prometheus sprang out of bed, ready to set out on his journey determined to steal fire from Hephaestus, the reason for his prompt and early start was to try and trick Hephaestus by raiding his grounds. After a while, Prometheus could hardly walk, he had covered endless miles, but he knew he could not leave it too late or his mission would be over. Bravely, he kept on going until he reached the much admired Isle of Lemnos. He walked over to the small patch of ground where the fire was fiercely crackling


“Come on, be brave” Prometheus told himself. He snatched a few rock-like sticks out of his homemade basket and set them alight. He then quickly vanished out of sight….”


By Poppy Muncaster Year 3 WWW.THECOCKERMOUTHPOST.CO.UK ISSUE 425 | 26 APRIL 2018 | 27


We hope you enjoy the photographs taken from our Year 3 and 4 production of Pirates of the Curry Bean. The children were a real credit to all the staff and of course, their families. This production was created in a very short space of time and every single child involved in the performance was amazing, the smiles and laughter from the children said it all. Thank you to all the parents and families who have supported us with this over the last few weeks.


Mrs. Claire Langstaff, Year 3 Teacher


Eaglesfield Paddle CE Primary Academy


“Are you looking for an Outstanding School for your child?”


Our aim is to enable your child to “Be the best that they can be…!”


We are pleased to offer up to 30 hours of flexible free Nursery education


Children are admitted the term following their third birthday. Applications are accepted all year round. We accept childcare vouchers.


For further details please contact Mrs Raven on 01900 823188 or office@eaglesfieldpaddle.cumbria.sch.uk


CARE


AROUND THE CLOCK!


We have a small number of places still available and we welcome applications for classes across the school


Before and After School Care from 7.45am to 5.30pm


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