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Building with sticks and yarn in the "forest" today 

I put the word forest in quotation marks because it’s not really an actual forest that is located in front of our school. It’s a path next to a creek and lots of grass with a few big weeping willow trees. 558 more words


KS3 Revision

This is a handy guide from the TES which gives advice about how to revise for exams.  It’s not strictly speaking for English but there are some useful approaches which you could use as you move to GCSE and beyond.

KS3 Revision Guide

Purchase power at the school book fair

The school book fair. In theory it should be awesome: kids’ books on sale to drum up cash for books for the school. What’s not to like? 369 more words


Thank you, Girl Scout Junior Troop 40001!

The Girl Scout Bronze Award is the highest award a Girl Scout Junior can earn.  It is awarded to a troop that works together to make positive change in their community and world. 196 more words


Virtual Writing Summit June 5-7

Do you have a book idea?

Learn what it takes to get your book out of your head and unto the screen.

Do you need help with moving your book to print? 63 more words


Letter: Literacy centre a victim of funding cuts

Literacy centre a victim of funding cuts

The Centre for Literacy, a Montreal-based pillar of the national literacy movement in Canada, will close at the end of May after serving Canadians for 26 years. 277 more words


Sydney of Venice Goes Gold

Gold Award Project: Books and Bears for Literacy 

See the Video Interview here: http://youtu.be/47Aj-PTZcJ8

Sydney is a Junior at Suncoast Polytechnical High School. She has been in Girl Scouts since she was five years old. 225 more words