Eagles Class Blog

March 20, 2014
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Exciting Post (!)

The Eagles recieved a rather exciting parcel through the post yesterday…..

A short while ago we wrote to the author Jill Murphy (of The Worst Witch fame) today we received a letter, a series of books, pictures and autographs back from her!

 

So exciting:

 

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We are thoroughly inspired and are going to be contacting Rob Lloyd – the author of our (old) class novel – Wildboy.

We hope to hear from him too!

 

March 14, 2014
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The ‘What Is That Food In The Pot?’ test…

Along time ago (five minutes  and thirty-three seconds to be precise) we did a terrifying challenge, which involved placing your hand in a pot whilst being blindfolded, using only your sense of touch and smell to define what food was in the pot…

The dreadful truth, it was…

 

 

 

                Pickled Onions!

 

 

KW, ES and The Computer

P.S. Eleanor cheated and looked in the pot. Shocking behaviour, Eleanor!

 

March 14, 2014
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Vegetable Soup

We made vegetable soup! We chopped lots of vegtables like potatos,carrots,and lots more .

We put it into vegetable stock and then stired and left to bake. It tasted lovely! I would recomend it to children and adults. It is very easy to make. When the soup was finished we all tasted it. If we had a countainer we could take some home! We also were going to leave some for teachers to try some but it was too good and we ate it all.

by Sophie and Emily

March 14, 2014
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Scrummy hot chocolate fudge cake!

My favourite food is hot chocolate fudge cake.

Sitting on the colossal slice of delicious chocolate cake lie hundreds of rich flakes of dark chocolate. Filled with goey, warm, mouth-watering chocolate, this cake tastes delicious whatever you feel. Like the best food ever-but one million times better- this exquisit chocolate cake is lathered in creamy, dark choclate sauce, which drips over the rich cake.

Beneath the perfect chocolate sauce, lurks giant fudge peices that melt in your mouth. Excitedly, I place the cake in my mouth and the rich, chocolatey sensation is remarkable! Although this cake makes me want to eat it forever, I know I can’t because it’s too nice to be true.

By Bethany.

March 14, 2014
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Masterchef By Cecily

This term we have been doing a project called Masterchef. We have made vegatable soup and soon we will be making cupcakes and learning how to decorate them. We have enjoyed doing cooking with the LSAs because they are really kind to do cooking with. I loved the soup we made especially the carrot bits.Tasty. I can’t wait to make the cupcakes they will taste sooo nice.

Cecily

March 14, 2014
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Vanilla Cupcakes

Sparkling sprinkles is what a vanilla cupcakes is layered with; that is why it is my favourite treat. This delight will cheer up every single day. As sweet as honey, the icing sits on the golden cupcake which is like a ray of perfect cooking creation. Loved by all, the sprinkles burst with flavour like popping candy on youur tongue.

The fragance runs through walls from the kitchen. Up your nose then explode, the fresh, warm; addictive smell of vanilla cupcakes creates a spring in your step and a whistle of joy. Perfectly created it has a transparent layer of casing. As well as a golden brown cake of perfection. Icing, which spirals to a curved point, sits on top square stardust sprinkles are carefully postioned on the beautiful icing.

This is why it is my special treat.

 

March 14, 2014
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Sizzling bacon, my favourite meal is pasta carbonara. The taste of the creamy bacon explodes in your mouth. As soft as a feather,the pasta melts on your lips. Beneath the pasta lies a pool of cream at the bottem of the bowl.

The soggy pasta ,the thin cream and the bacon gves you a great kick.

 

Jack

March 14, 2014
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Description of garlic bread!!

 

Having eaten this dish lots of times-garlic bread is my favourite food.It’s a delight, a present, a gift for me.The smell could launch one thousnd ships and the taste is a wild sensation.

In the middle, the garlic butter journeys through the gaps of crunchy bread before it trying to escape your mouth catching it. While forest like garlic leaves lay there dead, abandoned and shamed.

by Jude!!

March 14, 2014
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My favourite food!

Dripping in soy sauce, my favourite meal is crispy arromatic duck. The taste of the duck is worth waiting for.

As crispy as the snow on a winters day, the duck is arranged neatly on top of the celery and the powerful soy sauce, along with the pancake. The bland pancake complements the toppings.

Along with the duck, celery and soy sauce, you can have different vegetables like baby sweetcorn and carrots.

Keri

February 5, 2014
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War Horse

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War horse is written by Micheal Morpurgo and has also been made into a stage play and a film. In my opinion it is on of Micheal Morpurgo’s best books.

 

This book is set in the first world war and is written from the point of veiw (a horse) Joey. When Joey is taken away from his mother to be auctioned, his new home is a farm, where he is befriended by Albert, the farmers son. When the war starts, the army need all the help they can get, Joey is taken from his home to become a war horse. As time goes by he experiences many different owners and situations during the course of the war.

 

War horse is a heart breaking tale which made me cry in places but also made me laugh, it’s an emotional roller coaster. I think this book is truly amazing and I would definitely recommend it.

 

War horse is a really engaging and well written book which makes you really understand how the characters feel. I think this book is appropriate for ages 8 to 11. Finally  war horse is one of the best books I have ever read and the story stays with you long after you have finished reading.

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