The Hurlers stone circles on Bodmin Moor

On Friday the class went on a trip to the mysterious stone circles on Bodmin Moor as part of our ‘Myths and Legends’ unit in Literacy. We took sketches and photos to help our work back in school. Look out for our ‘myths of the stones’ and other follow up work coming soon.




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  1. James l says:

    storys are awsome!! arent they 🙂

  2. Joe & Dylan says:

    I loved it when we ran away. Counting the stones was hard because all the stones change.

  3. Rowan says:

    The stones were full of mysteries

  4. Jasmine says:

    I enjoyed the trip.

  5. Ruby says:

    It was windy but fun.

  6. Ruby says:

    It was windy but the story teller was really good.

  7. Kanye says:

    It was amazing learning.

  8. Mina says:

    It was the best trip in the world!!!!!!!!

  9. Ines says:

    We listened to story teller we did some sketching. We counted the stones.

  10. Holly,Joe and Rowan says:

    My favourite activity was the story teller. I liked the story teller. I liked the dancing.

  11. Kanye and Emma says:

    My favourite bit is when I danced around the Hurlers.
    My favourite bit is when he told the. Stories

  12. Hannah and Ethan says:

    I liked the story teller Hannah . I liked drawing the stones .Ethan

  13. Kathy and Marley says:

    It was very fun!!!
    Marleys favourite bit was the story teller.

  14. Natasha Alfie Mina says:

    We liked the story teller.

  15. Tia and Ruby says:

    We liked the bit were the story teller came to tell us story’s . Are best one was the one about the horse and we did not like the story when I(Ruby) had to fall in love with Tyler.

  16. Jorja and Alex says:

    Our favourite bit was the story telling.

  17. Jude says:

    I liked it when the story teller came over

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