Use our story paper (lined or with handwriting lines, and complete with colouring page of the Angel of the North) to write about this impressive sculpture.
England Story Paper
Work your way around some famous landmarks of England with our story paper - available both lined and with handwriting lines. Children could describe their visit (real or imaginary), make up a story or write down something they have learned about each landmark.
Colour in the picture of Canterbury Cathedral, and choose from lined or handwriting story paper to add some words beneath!
Colour in the picture of the Clifton Suspension Bridge in all its glory - then use the lines below to write what you know about the bridge.
Colour in Shakespeare's Globe and write what you know about the theatre, or perhaps use our story paper to recount a visit or make up a story...
Visiting HMS Victory? Why not use this story paper to describe the visit, or perhaps to write about the Battle of Trafalgar or Admiral Lord Nelson? Of course this printable can also be used generally for any "man-at-war".
You could use this photo of modern Lyme Regis - the hunting ground for fossil collector and paleontologist Mary Anning, to write about her life and achievements. Or it could provide the basis for a story about a visit to the Dorset seaside!