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Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Matt Whyman http://www.mattwhyman.com
"“Maybe we should use it?” “Great idea Joe” Docter Duck said excitedly ready to go on an adventure! “Ok I will go” Doctor Duck shouted as he slips into the horse costume. “Bang Bang Bang! Joe ran to the door…"
Oct 10, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Cliff McNish http://www.cliffmcnish.com
"“Yeah sure no worries.” answers Mum. As soon the door is shut, objects gradually start forming into monsters. “Ahhhhhhh” screams Lauren. Mum rushes in “Honey what’s wrong?” cries Mum. “Wait, shut the…"
Oct 10, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Malcolm Rose http://www.malcolmrose.co.uk
"Out came more creepy, gooey zombies which walked towards them. Before they knew it they were trapped in a small corner, nowhere to go! I bumped the ice cold wall and all of a sudden a small shiny diamond fell out and hit me on the head. As I picked…"
Oct 9, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Gill James http://www.gilljames.co.uk
"There is an enormous seethe sound as the water is forced out of the ship. There is a loud sputter as waves back-pedal, the Titanic rises and it’s joints begin to reform. As Jack looked at his dad, he couldn’t believe what he was seeing.…"
Oct 9, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Philip Caveney http://www.philip-caveney.co.uk
"Flashback:4 months earlier Sam and his mother and father are going on an outback safari to discover the new wonders of Australia. Sam hears a rumble in his stomach and is desperately hungry so  they all take a stop for a barbecue. Sam’s…"
Oct 9, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 7/10/16 Primary Miriam Halahmy http://www.miriamhalahmy.com
"DING DONG! Allie heard the midnight bell ring, her body started trembling and sweating with fear. She felt torpid and weightless. Allie saw a floating glow coming towards her it came in slow motion ,then she became brave and summed up all her…"
Oct 9, 2016
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Tamsyn Murray http://tamsynmurray.co.uk
"Although it was completely unbelievable. The eyes had suddenly redirected and started staring straight at me, boring directly through my soul, and then BOOM! I was swiftly shifted through an unknown terrain, stopping at a dead end in the middle of a…"
Oct 16, 2015
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Andy Briggs http://www.andybriggs.co.uk
"Ben could still hear the eerie tone of the phone. He slowly crept up towards the door. This brought back memories of the dreaded day he lost his best friend, Phelix. That day still haunts him like a stalking crow. Ben remembered how Phelix left him…"
Oct 16, 2015
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Eoin Colfer http://eoincolfer.com
"…...rubble from the town buildings. As Darren and Liam crept to the rubble an old man emerged from it. “Who’s that’ whispered Darren. “Probably a homeless person” expressed Liam feeling smart. As the boys crept…"
Oct 16, 2015
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Joe Craig http://www.joecraig.co.uk
"Kris slowly reached out his hand to open the box and with a gush of wind, the lid of the box flew off. Out popped a little blue creature no bigger than a kitten. It looked like a goop of jelly…. A goop of jelly that had four bright yellow…"
Oct 16, 2015
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Jane Prowse http://hattorihachi.com/about-my-biographer.asp
"I got up from my bed and sorrowfully rambled down the stairs. I marched all the way to the living room and said the same statement that has always been in my head, ¨I want to meet my real parents¨. Mellie and Dan stared at each…"
Oct 16, 2015
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 16/10/15 Eleanor Updale http://www.eleanorupdale.co.uk
"I was drawn to the smell of chocolate ice-cream through my kitchen window, it´s my favourite ice-cream flavour. The radiant light was red and blue and falling from the sky. Astonished at what I was witnessing I went out to the backyard to…"
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Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 10/10/2014 Gill James http://www.gilljames.co.uk
"Carly was breathless. She was confused. “What was that?”. “Who’s coming?”. “Why are you dressed like that?”. Carly saw her dad pushing a bookshelf. Behind the shelf there was a door. “What are you…"
Oct 10, 2014
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 10/10/2014 Miriam Halahmy http://www.miriamhalahmy.com
"Sky picked up the gnome and took it to the counter, she paid for it and placed it in her favourite One Direction backpack that her father had given her for her ninth birthday. Later that day Sky took the gnome and placed it on her front lawn, her…"
Oct 9, 2014
Sarah Cook commented on WP Central's blog post 10/10/2014 Eleanor Updale http://www.eleanorupdale.co.uk
"A police kangaroo in a police vest with a police helmet and badge, fighting a robber that was trying to rob the bank. As I turned the corner the police kangaroo kicked the robber into the van then turned and winked at me. He said “G’day…"
Oct 9, 2014

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Christ the King finishes writepath for another year!

Posted on October 8, 2013 at 0:51 0 Comments

It was exiting to get our heads around writing again after our school holidays but the students knuckled down and started reading and writing straight away. They were very pleased to be able to contribute to a story that had already traveled around the world and can't wait to see their efforts printed in a 'real' book. Thank you once again Bev for organising such a wonderful and truly international writing experience.…

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Christ the King Completes their Stories

Posted on October 15, 2012 at 0:53 1 Comment

Once again the 12 students from Christ the King had a fantastic time continuing the six stories began by the authors. In pairs they brainstormed what might happen next then began the writing process. As usual there was a mad rush at the end to complete their paragraphs and hopefully they have done a good job. Good luck to the next school and have fun!

Thanks Bev.

Sarah CTK Australia

What a great activity!

Posted on October 20, 2011 at 1:56 0 Comments

The students had a great time firstly reading all the initial paragraphs then deciding which story they would continue. We encouraged each team to write a draft then edit but naturally they all wanted to dive straight in. There was much busy activity and creative writing and hopefully the stories will now continue to grow. Interestingly, the students wanted to dictate the next part of the story, they didn't quite get that they now have no more control over what was written next. A process of… Continue

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At 19:32 on June 8, 2010, WP Central said…
Hi Sarah welcome to Write Path! which school are you at? would you like to take part this year - if so please message me via my page.
At 6:38 on September 21, 2010, Anita Vine said…
Hi there Sarah
I was as nervous as anything last year when we did it for the first time. I was terrified I was going to be the school who got it wrong!! But it was so easy and straight forward in the end. It could have been due to the fact that I kept bombarding poor Bev with constant questions! LOL Anyway, I would suggest that you have 12 students and pair them up. Give them a writing framework and also print off some of last years opening paragraphs to give them practice in the weeks leading up to the event. On the day, if you can, get yourself some IT support just in case there are any glitches that need ironing out. Then when its your turn I would copy and paste into word the paragraph you follow and let them work on it, allowing yourself time before your hour is up to proof read. then it's just a case of copying and pasting back on to the comments in the blog. As the kids would say, 'easy peasy'! If you have any more questions just drop me a line. I am visiting the primary school next week and would like to take something with me to show them your school and where you are in the world. Is there any links you could send me or even a photo of your students?
Anita

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