Write a story of up to 300 words, using the theme BIG DREAMS – an epic fantasy inspired by a dream, an amazing adventure that takes place in another world, or a true-to-life story set in an imaginary school. Deadline is midnight on 28th May.
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will be bringing authors straight from their house to yours from Monday 18 – Friday 22 May.
Each day, from 8am onwards, you can see two primary (years 3-6) authors introduced by Konnie Huq and two secondary (years 7-10) authors introduced by Jenny Valentine. https://www.hayfestival.com/c-247-programme-for-schools.aspx?genrefilterid=51
These events will be available to watch again on Hay Player
Check out the watch again on Hay Player now, as you can watch authors from Hay Festival Programme for Schools filmed over the last 3 years. There are 55 fun filled and inspiring events to choose from including Ade Adepitan, David Baddiel Gemma Cairney, Eoin Colfer, Julian Clary and Andy Stanton.
Two of our Year 9 students have been working on writing poetry during lock down. Here is their poem for VE Day:
VE DAY – Old War Memories
People are cheering, showering us in praise
We have almost certainly seen better days
For Four Years I’ve been violent and shown no mercy
My Old War Memories have me in utter controversy
A big well done to Noor Ayub! For making it through to the first round of the BBC Radio 2 500 word competition 🙂
We have created a separate enrichment area for investigating fascinating aspects of Geography at a time when study of the World is more important than ever. Interesting and entertaining photos, video, activities, prizes and news – for Geography and Non-Geography students. your place too to comment and feed back on your world…
You will need the class code to join:
Deadline 30th April 2020. Please email me your entries as an editable Google word document to Miss Masih email@example.com