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Fruit and Vegetable Alliteration at The Unicorn School

Published on isbi School News dated Friday 12th of December 2014

There was a veritable variety of vegetables at The Unicorn School this week, as the pupils created personified veg sculptures as part of their Fruit and Vegetable Alliteration project.

Alliteration - the art of combining words that start with the same sound - is a key component of Year 8's English curriculum this term. They are studying poetry and vocabulary, and writing their own alliterative poems to go with their sculptures. We had Colin the Confused Carrot, Odin the Ordinary Aubergine and Barley the Bewildered Broccoli to name but a few.

The veggie sculptures have been on display in the school office all week, and have reached celebrity status within the school!

The Unicorn School: Specialist education for children with dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, and those who need support with Speech and Language. www.unicornoxford.co.uk
Fruit and Vegetable Alliteration at The Unicorn School - Photo 1
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