This morning started like any other morning in Class 6B.
We were reading our class novel, Pig Heart boy - which is a great book by the way - when all of a sudden an object fell from the pages onto a pupil's desk. On closer inspection, the object was actually a used, grotesque, bloody plaster. Can you imagine our horror? The whole class gave an incredulous gasp and were horrified at what they had witnessed. How would you feel if you were reading a brand new book and a dirty plaster fell from it?
I think you can tell by the expressions on our faces that we were not very impressed by our discovery!
Afterwards, we wrote complaint letters to the company who sold the book, outlining our frustration and disappointment. We provided examples of how they could better their service in the future to ensure this does not happen again.
The children were very proud of their work and even offered to read their letters aloud to the class. The children had used many features of a complaint letter and had even challenged themselves to use a range of the new vocabulary words we have been learning.
Why don't you have a go at writing a complaint letter about something you feel passionate about?
At the end of the afternoon, the pupils in class 6B found out that the 'bloody plaster' was actually a perfectly hygienic plaster covered in red paint!