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We have recently studied The Highway Man. Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.

We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  1
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  2
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  3
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  4
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  5
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  6
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  7
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  8
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  9
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  10
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  11
We have recently studied The Highway Man.  Alfred Noyes’s famous poem still has the power to thrill us as we read the story of The Highwayman and his doomed love for Bess, the landlord’s black-eyed daughter. This gave the children the opportunity to discuss a range of classic and narrative forms of poetry before looking at the story behind The Highwayman and any unknown old-fashioned language. To complete our studies we created a diary entry of the highway man during our Big Write.  12

Is it 's or s'?

The children have been practising applying their knowledge of possessive apostrophes.

They have been studying sentences and phrases adding apostrophes in the correct place.

Other lessons have included using apostrophes to show possession contraction or omission

We enjoy using ‘Punctuation Kung Fu’ each morning when studying and applying the word of the day and encourage new vocabulary each week in our weekly big writes.

 

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