P5/6 at Ballater School

sharing our learning

Non Fiction Writing


We have been learning how to take notes and how to use our notes to create a new text. We chose a topic that we were interested in and used j2e to design an interactive web page about it. Tomorrow we are going to peer assess our work against the success criteria.

These were our Β success criteria:
My finished web page includes the information in the notes.
I wrote in my own words.
I used appropriate images to fit my text.
My images are copyright free.
I have added text animation or a hyperlink to my webpage.


Click on the thumbnails below to visit our pages.Some have more than one page, look in the bottom right corner for the page turn icon.

Tennis by Wynn

Juventus by Ryszard

Oceans by Max

Border collies by Poppy

Staffies by Shanien

Skye by Caitlyn

Gairloch by Paige

Horses by Leonna

Ireland by Maddie

Orlando by Freya

Turtles by Niamh

Kittens by Isla

Pokemon by Riannon

Oceans by Connan

Finn the horse, by Ava

Famous artists by Zuzanna

Bikes by Finn

Football by Kieran

Horses by Nicole



  1. Max:I like how u made ur story about the ocean and I thought it was really good.πŸ”πŸ˜ŽπŸŸπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜ŽπŸ˜‹πŸ‘Š

  2. Niamh:I like the topic and the facts next time maybe explain it a bit more simpler.

  3. Wow very good like the pictures
    Next time another picture

  4. Isla:
    I liked that you had lots of info

    But there is some spelling mistakes.
    I also thought having all the text animated made it a bit distracting.

  5. Niamh : next time put some more pictures.
    We like the animation text .

  6. Caitlyn: I like the info but needs more pictures and animated text

  7. ava: i liked the idea of the topic but next time maybe talk about dressage e.c.t loved the photos though

  8. Riannon : loved the idea of pokemon but the pictures were a bit in the way of your writing maybe not so much pictures next time but it still was amazing <3

  9. Isla: your work is great and adorable but your animation makes it really hard too read

  10. Isla: Love the work but there is a few spelling mistakes

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