Like a lot of things in 2020-2021, World Book Day was a little different this year. Different… but still fun! And actually, the virtual nature of the world meant I got to visit more children and children further afield, which can be no bad thing.Continue reading
Following a lovely school visit for Book Week, I was thrilled to run a ‘Design a Character’ competition for the KS2 children at Leigham Primary School, Plymouth.
But, gosh! What a challenge! There were 164 smashing entries from Year 3 up to Year 6 and it was a tough, tough job!
I was presented with original, beautifully illustrated and very well thought out ideas. In fact, it was *so* tough that I had to call on some help from some writerly, illustrator friends!
World Book Day was extra special this year because I was able to spend it in MY school, the school where I work, alongside it’s lovely staff and pupils.
Since the theme was ‘Share a Story,’ the staff got their heads together and arranged a rotation of activities based on one of their favourite books.
Here are a selection of photographs:
This week Leigham Primary School celebrated Book Week and I was delighted when they asked me to join them.
On Monday I did something I have never done before… let 25 balloons loose for a Year 4 writing workshop! It could have gone in either one of two ways, but thankfully the balloons were the perfect prop for character development. Honestly, you need to try it!