Andy Seed Book Order – Reminder

Non-Fiction author Andy Seed is visiting children in LKS2 on Tuesday 21st Novemver.

If you would like to order a book for your child please visit parentpay – deadline Thursday 9th November.

The Titles available are:

Interview with a Tiger, Interview with a Shark & Interview with a Panda all books are priced at £9 (rrp £9.99).

Leeds Book Awards Presentation Evening

On Thursday evening (26th October) fifteen children from KS2 who had been participating in the Leeds Book Awards attended the Presentation Evening. They ‘Dressed to Impress’ wearing glitter and sequins, suits with bow ties and jackets.

There were photo booth opportunities complete with hats, masks and feather boas which the children loved and books to buy.

Excitement filled the air as the children eagerly waited for the names of the winning authors to be announced. Followed by even more excitement as the children were able to meet the authors and have their newly purchased books signed or their Leeds Book Awards programmes.

They loved every minute of it and were sad when the evening came to an end.

Andy Seed – Author Event

On Tuesday 21st November Non-Fiction author Andy Seed will be visiting LKS2.

Have you ever interviewed a shark? How about a Tiger, a Panda or even a kangaroo? What about any other animals?

Andy will be leading an assembly on exactly how he managed to do this – about writing and his books.

To pre-order books please visit parent pay where three titles (Interview with a Tiger, Interview with a Shark and Interview with a Panda) will be available priced at £9 each (rrp £9.99). Deadline for orders Thursday 9th November.

Poems & Poetry Trail

This week during library sessions children have been listening, reading and sharing poems. Older children in KS2 also took part in the Poetry Trail that Miss Whiteley made. The feedback of which has been very positive with many children stating that they really enjoyed the different types of poems and activities.

LBA – Dramatastic

This week the group have been getting creative. In tow groups they have been writing their own scripts, thinking about stage directions and props.

The scripts they are writing are loosely based on one of the books ‘Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good and their own Gods and characters that they created in their stories earlier in the term.

National Poetry Day – 5th October

Next week we will be sharing poems and completing a poetry trail in the library (KS2) during library sessions.

Don’t forget to enter the poetry competition – the poem can be any length, written in any format but must be linked to the them ‘Refuge/A Safe Place’

Get you entry form from your teacher or Miss Whiteley.

Closing Date Friday 20th October.