Welcome to our 'CSPA Writing Pages'! Throughout this section of our website, you will learn more about writing at CSPA (including celebrating success), find information for supporting children's writing at home and up to date information about new resources, workshops and new initiatives.
Below are some links to each of the year group pages where you will find more information about writing for each specific year group. This includes some suggested resources, advice for supporting your child's writing at home and a Spelling, Punctuation and Grammar guide for parents.
The link below takes you to information presented at our last writing workshop for parents.
Our 'CSPA Writer Awards' are presented to children for making wonderful progress with their writing. These awards celebrate all abilities and all steps of progress whether it has been awarded to a child for showing a natural flair and passion for writing or awarded for exceptional progress in an area of learning which may be difficult. Congratulations to our CSPA writers!
Lewis (Year 3)
In recognition of creating some beautiful and imaginative similes in a description of a tropical beach.
Emme (Year 3)
In recognition of trying her very best to improve her work by including some exciting vocabulary and language devices such as similes and metaphors.
Amreen (Year 3)
In recognition of a beautifully detailed description of a mystery place with lots of great adjectives.
Fatema (Year 4)
In recognition of Fatema only having started speaking and writing in English in September. She has made great progress and with support, she has written this fantastic story.
Andrew (Year 4)
In recognition of a vivid description of New York, using prepositions to create complex sentences combined with a great attention to detail and lovely vocabulary.
Bella (Year 4)
In recognition of writing creatively, using humour and attempting to include new learning within her writing.
Agam (Year 5)
In recognition of huge improvements with her descriptive writing. Agam now uses inference to show a character's feeling and to advance the plot.
Megan (Year 5)
In recognition of writing an evocative and descriptive piece, inspired from our reader. She has used all the tools at her disposal to create a masterful, sensory and detailed setting.
Emma (Year 6)
In recognition of writing an effective piece of writing that created tension and suspense out of an everyday situation.
Lucas (Year 6)
In recognition of a detailed biography of the character Carl Fredrickson from 'Up!' organised under clear subheadings and using a wide range of punctuation.
Mae (Year 6)
In recognition of carefully crafting a magical world in our 'Journey' narrative writing. Mae included all of the elements we discussed in class and worked really hard to write all of her ideas down. Even though she finds spelling tricky, that didn't stop Mae from writing creatively with her imagination.