Tag Archives: #PastandPresent

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

What are the buildings like?

Fifty years ago, the buildings were big. The buildings looked scruffy and dull.

Today, the buildings are huge. Today in Worksop, the buildings are posh.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were posh and colourful.

By Louie

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were long and fancy.  The dull cars were parked next to the crowded shops.

Today, there are red, shiny cars.

What are the buildings like?

Fifty years ago, the buildings were tall. The buildings were very dull.

By Evie

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were fancy.

Today in Worksop, there is a red, shiny car driving along the old, dusty road.

By Maisie

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

What are the buildings like?

Fifty years ago, the buildings were dusty and old.

How different were the cars?

Today in Worksop, the cars are smoky and fancy. The roads are crusty and wet. The cars are zooming down the road.

By Amira

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

What are the buildings like?

Today, the big, beautiful shops are busy.

The colourful buildings are noisy.

By Riley

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

Today, the colourful, welcoming shops are noisy.

Fifty years ago, the buildings were tall. The big, beautiful shops were busy.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were long and fancy.

Today, there are red, shiny cars. The cars drive fast along the road.

By Ethan

 

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

Fifty years ago, the cars were mysterious. The cars were old, grey and white. The buildings were really tall. The buildings were dull and grey.

Today, the buildings and cars are colourful. The shops are tall and there are lots of people in town.

By Megan

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were shiny.

Today, the cars are fancy, long and pretty.

What are the buildings like?

Fifty years ago, the buildings were little, posh and cute.

Today, the buildings are colossal.

By Emily

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago, the cars were fast.

Today, the cars are posh and fancy. The road is old and dusty.

What are the shops like?

Fifty years ago, the shops were posh.

By Lidia

Worksop in the Past and Present

In our English lessons this week, we have been learning how to write consistently in both the past and present tense. To help us with our understanding, we explored the local history of our town, Worksop, and created some reports. Have a read of our work below:

There are lots of facts about Worksop. Read this report to find out more.

How different are the cars?

Fifty years ago the cars were mysterious.

Today in Worksop, the cars are fast on the busy road. The cars are red and shiny.

By Logan