MORE ISLE OF WIGHT ‘PEARLS’

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Our work on the Isle of Wight continued in brilliant fashion.

Back to Bembridge Primary for a Mokee Joe Part 2 presentation (Books 4 to 6), followed by another revisit to the lovely Lanesend Primary to visit the Year 4’s.¬† A long-awaited reunion with Wootton Primary; on to a postponed visit to Newchurch C of E Primaryphew!…onto a first visit to The Priory School and finally to Godshill Primary in…yes, you’ve guessed it…Godshill!

Fans from The Priory School (Note the ‘Molly Space Buns’ evident)

I have to say that every visit was a wonderful experience for us. Kath and I are so impressed by the welcome we receive in all of the schools on this island and by the overwhelming response of our KS2 audiences to our books. In the case of The Priory School, we also felt privileged by the attendance of their Year 7 and 8’s…and many of them subsequently queued to acquire signed copies of the books. Brilliant!

I cant tell you how pleased we are to report that our objective of building a relationship with as many schools as possible has got off to a great start. Having a permanent base on the Isle of Wight allows us to revisit schools and continue the momentum we’ve initiated in working with teachers and pupils to increase a love of reading for pleasure as well as inspiring as many young children as possible to create imaginative writing of their own.

LONG MAY IT CONTINUE!

  • PLEASE NOTE – MOLLY HAIRSTYLE SPACE BUNS RECORD¬† (IOW) SMASHED BY WOOTTON

    The ‘Molly hairstyle girls’ at Wootton Primary. They look A-Mazing!

    PRIMARY – The mainland record is currently 51 pupils at Bader Primary in the NE, but the record for the IOW stood at 22 pupils at Dover Park Primary. That record is now 35 pupils at Wootton Primary – CONGRATS TO THEM. Will any other IOW school take up the challenge and beat them?? We will see!!

PJM

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