INSET day on Friday 5 March to prepare for the reopening of school. There will be no 'live' online learning lessons or hub school. All of the student lessons on this day will be taught via materials placed on Google Classroom. Students will be expected to complete this work independently as it will be required when they return.

World Book Day

How we are celebrating World Book Day

Each year we mark World Book Day at Heron Hall with the aim of it celebrating authors, books, illustrators and - of course - reading!

You can find out more about national World Book Day 2021 here.

We are planning our biggest ever celebration of the day with a whole series of events across the school.

There will be numerous activities for our students to get involved with and special competitions to enter.

What's coming up?

There will be a workshop for students with the brilliant American children's author Virginia Euwer.

We will be starting off a 200 word story and then send it around the world to 10 other schools to add their 200 words, creating a unique finished story.

Students will be voting for their favourite books to produce a 'Top 20' for the school.

Can you guess which bookshelves belong to which teachers in the school in our special competition-  with student prizes for the most correct guesses?

Students will compete for prizes for the best book reviews.

They will also be challenged to write an alternative ending to a famous short story by science fiction writer Ray Bradbury.

Finally, we have a talk from Katherine Weekes, who has adapted books for film and tv, including 'Bridgerton' and 'Dracula'.





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