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Mrs Johnston and Mrs Giblin
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On Wednesday we are being visited by the Author Matt Oldfield who writes a series of football books.
To be in with a chance of winning one of his books we have decided to hold a writing competition. To enter simply type your piece of writing under the blog post but don’t forget to include your name. Alternatively you can write it at home and bring it into school by Tuesday. Winners will be announced on Tuesday afternoon. The writing prompts are listed below or you could think of your own idea:
- Who are your heroes? Write a biography of your hero.
- Imagine that in the future you are a footballing legend. What would your journey fromthe playground to the pitch be? Write a biography in the style of the Ultimate FootballHeroes books telling how you became a sporting hero.
- Read one of the Ultimate Football Heroes books and then imagine that you are interviewing the player. Write your questions and what you believe their answers would be.
- Read one of the Ultimate Football Heroes books and then write about an event from the book from the point of view of the player. How did they feel when this happened?
- The Ultimate Football Heroes books features sets of instructions to help you to ‘PlayLike Your Heroes’. Write your own set of instructions to help someone carry out a sporting move or technique.
Good Luck!One Comment
This week is Anti Bullying week. As a school we have decided to take on the Random Acts of Kindness challenge. Choose one of the acts each day and try it out to make someone else smile. Let us know which one you have tried in the comments below.2 Comments
Class Four really enjoyed a visit from best selling author Sophie Anderson on Friday. She ran a fabulous workshop where she told the children her inspiration for her story and how she became an author. The children then designed their own special house and started to plan their own reimagines fairy tales. After this they enjoyed painting sun catchers. We had a brilliant time with Sophie and the children really enjoyed the chance to work with an author.0 Comments
For Refugee Week our whole school will be joining together to spread the message that our school is a school that welcomes everybody.
To show this, we will be performing a song by Frank Turner called Be More Kind as whole school, singing together to make our message heard.
You can hear the video by clicking on this link.