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Wicked WAGOLLs was created by teachers who write high-quality WAGOLLs for Key Stage 2. We have a combined 18 years of teaching experience in Key Stage 2. We have written a selection of WAGOLLs which we use in our own classrooms and they are both engaging and meet the objectives for the chosen year groups. If you have any questions or requests, please feel free to email us: wickedwagolls@gmail.com We sell bundles! Email us 5 of your favourite WAGOLLs and we'll bundle them for the price of 4!

Wicked WAGOLLs was created by teachers who write high-quality WAGOLLs for Key Stage 2. We have a combined 18 years of teaching experience in Key Stage 2. We have written a selection of WAGOLLs which we use in our own classrooms and they are both engaging and meet the objectives for the chosen year groups. If you have any questions or requests, please feel free to email us: wickedwagolls@gmail.com We sell bundles! Email us 5 of your favourite WAGOLLs and we'll bundle them for the price of 4!
The Highwayman Story
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The Highwayman Story

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This is a 6-paragraph WAGOLL / model text narrative of The Highwayman, with a focus on personification, alliteration, similes, metaphors and powerful adjectives. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of punctuation, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 / Upper KS2 writing objectives. This text covers the full story of The Highwayman and is a narrative story version of the poem.
Skellig Garage Setting Description
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Skellig Garage Setting Description

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This is a WAGOLL / model text of a setting description of the garage in the novel Skellig by David Almond, with a focus on figurative language. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of punctuation, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 / Upper KS2 writing objectives.
Newspaper Report on Skellig Creature Found in School
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Newspaper Report on Skellig Creature Found in School

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This is a WAGOLL / model text of a newspaper report about children finding Skellig (the creature from the novel Skellig by David Almond) in their school shed. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of punctuation, high-level conjunctions, parentheses and other Year 5 / Upper KS2 writing objectives. A newspaper report format is also included where the text has been arranged into columns with a space for a photo and caption.
Information Text on the River Nile
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Information Text on the River Nile

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This is a four-paragraph WAGOLL / model text of a non-chronological report / information text about the river Nile. In this text, there are examples of Upper KS2 and Year 5/6 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, high-level conjunctions, high-level punctuation and subordinate clauses. There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ box at the end with bullet point facts. This WAGOLL has links with the Rivers topic.
Pig Heart Boy Letter
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Pig Heart Boy Letter

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This is a WAGOLL / model text of a letter sent from an animal rights group to the Kelsey family in the Malorie Blackman story, Pig Heart Boy. The letter is separated into four paragraphs and the arguments include rhetorical questions which can be responded to in a letter sent back to the animal rights group. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of high-level punctuation, high-level conjunctions, parentheses and other Year 6 / Upper KS2 writing objectives.
Romeo and Juliet Playscript WAGOLL
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Romeo and Juliet Playscript WAGOLL

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This is a four-paragraph (setting description, speech, setting description, speech) WAGOLL / modelled playscript from the ballroom scene in William Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet. In this text, there are examples of Upper KS2 and Year 5/6 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, high-level punctuation and high-level conjunctions.
Ancient Greek Myth - Odysseus and the Cyclops
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Ancient Greek Myth - Odysseus and the Cyclops

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This is a WAGOLL / model text of the classic Ancient Greek myth of Odysseus and the Cyclops - one of Odysseus’ adventures in The Odyssey by Homer. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of punctuation, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 / Upper KS2 writing objectives.
Persuasive Writing - Adverts
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Persuasive Writing - Adverts

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This is a four-paragraph WAGOLL / model text of a persuasive advert to sell sweets. In this text, there are examples of Year 3 and Lower KS2 writing objectives such as modal verbs, exclamation and question marks, apostrophes and high-level conjunctions.
Volcanoes Information Text
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Volcanoes Information Text

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This is a six-paragraph WAGOLL / model text of a non-chronological report / information text about volcanoes. In this text, there are examples of Lower KS2 and Year 3/4 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, high-level conjunctions, high-level punctuation and interesting openers. There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ box at the end with bullet point facts. This WAGOLL can be used with the Extreme Earth / Active Planet topic about natural disasters.
Victorian Workhouse Child Diary
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Victorian Workhouse Child Diary

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This is a two-paragraph diary entry from the viewpoint of a child in the workhouse during the Victorian era. In this text, there are examples of Upper KS2 and Year 5/6 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, rhetorical questions, time connectives and high-level conjunctions. This WAGOLL has links towards Oliver Twist.
Ice Palace Setting Description
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Ice Palace Setting Description

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This is a four-paragraph WAGOLL / model text of a setting description based on Robert Swindells’ Ice Palace. In this text, there are examples of Lower KS2 and Year 3/4 writing objectives such as varied sentence openers, high-level adjectives and high-level conjunctions. The text describes Ivan’s thoughts and feelings as he leaves his house to rescue his brother at the beginning of the story.
Biography of Queen Victoria
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Biography of Queen Victoria

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A WAGOLL of a biography on Queen Victoria. This biography has five paragraphs (Introduction, Early Life, Life as a Queen, Family and Legacy. There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ section at the end which uses bullet points. The biography has examples of brackets, subordinate clauses, question and exclamation marks, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 and Upper KS2 writing objectives. This also links with the ‘Industrial Revolution’ and ‘The Victorians’ history topic.
Roald Dahl Biography
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Roald Dahl Biography

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A WAGOLL of a biography on Roald Dahl. This biography has four paragraphs (introduction, Childhood, Jobs and Writing & Legacy). The biography has examples of modal verbs, question and exclamation marks, high-level conjunctions and other Year 3 and Lower KS2 writing objectives.
Fact File on the Ancient Greek Cyclops
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Fact File on the Ancient Greek Cyclops

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This is a four-paragraph WAGOLL / model text fact file about the Cyclops – a mythical creature from the Ancient Greek era. In this text, there are examples of Upper KS2 and Year 5/6 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, high-level conjunctions, high-level punctuation and rhetorical questions. There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ box at the end with bullet point facts. This WAGOLL has links with the ancient Greece topic and follows on from the story of Odysseus and the Cyclops.
Arguments For and Against Zoos
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Arguments For and Against Zoos

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These are two five-paragraph WAGOLLs / model texts of arguments for and against zoos. Both have an introductory paragraph, three points and a conclusion. In this text, there are examples of Lower KS2 and Year 3/4 writing objectives such as high-level vocabulary, high-level conjunctions and interesting openers.
Narrative of The Lady of Shalott
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Narrative of The Lady of Shalott

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This is a 4-paragraph WAGOLL / model text narrative of The Lady of Shalott, with a focus on personification, alliteration, similes, metaphors and powerful adjectives. It contains subordinate clauses, a range of punctuation, high-level conjunctions and other Year 6 / Upper KS2 writing objectives. This text covers the full story of The Lady of Shalott and is a narrative story version of the poem.
A Biography of Isambard Kingdom Brunel
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A Biography of Isambard Kingdom Brunel

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A WAGOLL of a biography on Isambard Kingdom Brunel. This biography has four paragraphs (introduction, Growing Up, Family Life and Working Life. There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ section at the end which uses bullet points. The biography has examples of brackets, subordinate clauses, question and exclamation marks, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 and Upper KS2 writing objectives. This also links with the ‘Industrial Revolution’ history topic.
Biography of Mary Seacole
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Biography of Mary Seacole

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A WAGOLL of a biography of Mary Seacole. This biography has five paragraphs (introduction, Growing Up, War, Mother Seacole and Life after the war). There is also a ‘Did You Know?’ section at the end which uses bullet points. The biography has examples of brackets, subordinate clauses, question and exclamation marks, high-level conjunctions and other Year 5 and Upper KS2 writing objectives. This also links with the ‘Industrial Revolution’ and ‘Victorians’ history topic.
Ancient Greek Mythical Creatures Lesson
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Ancient Greek Mythical Creatures Lesson

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This lesson will show children the story of Medusa and look at the features of an Ancient Greek myth. Children will then look at different Ancient Greek mythological creatures, before creating their own one. There is an example of a made-up creature (the terrifying Horseafly!) which children can use as a model. This can lead onto children writing their own mythological story - check out our other resources to see some examples!