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A big thank you

I just wanted to say a big 'thank you' to Bev for organising this year's Write Path. On Monday Year 6 at Heathfield School were put to the test following on from the Year 9's of Danum Academy, but they rose to the challenge. Many thanks to the pupils at Danum and the authors for providing such engaging stories. The girls was thrilled to be part of such a huge writing event and look forward to seeing their work in print.…See More
Oct 3, 2013
Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 Jon Mayhewhttp://www.jonmayhew.co.uk
"The whale took no notice of him and swam away.  “Phew!” thought Dakkar as he carried on swimming towards the glittering chest of gold.  Suddenly, out of nowhere, an electric eel appeared, he jumped back in shock as it…"
Sep 30, 2013
Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 Dave Cryer http://www.davecryer.co.uk
"People tease me at school.  For a start, I have bushy, multi-coloured afro hair and I often wear really geeky glasses which belonged to my great granddad.  I like to combine this look with very smart, sensible suits and shiny, bright red…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 David Orme http://www.ransom.co.uk/Authors/DOrme.html
"Terri swam up to the surface. She coughed out all the water. She looked around for Sandy but she was nowhere to be seen.             “Sandy!” she screamed at the top of her…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 Matt Whyman http://www.mattwhyman.com
"He flew over to me and as I watched him in awe he stopped, hovering in mid-air. Suddenly, he grabbed me and with a swish of his cloak he flew me to his cave. As I looked around, I couldn’t see anything; the whole room was pitch black.…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 Sally Nicholls http://www.sallynicholls.com
"I saw myself hanging. Dead. My body was oozing with crimson blood. Standing beside my dead body was a person, I couldn’t tell who it was. The mysterious figure turned around. It was Gran! She was holding a silver knife covered in blood, drops…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 30/09/2013 Eleanor Updale http://www.eleanorupdale.co.uk
"“What are you?” I asked, bursting with curiosity. Victoria replied, “I am from a different universe and I have been sent down on a mission to look for living objects like trees and plants for our planet lives off carbon…"
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Oct 5, 2012
Sue Parr commented on Ruan Peat's blog post Wow, what a rush.
"Another hectic session but we came through in the end!! This year we selected a number of year 7 girls to assist the year 6 writers. they thoroughly enjoyed 'being in charge'. Thanks Bev. "
Oct 5, 2012
Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Robbie Gibbons
"Standing right there was the ghost of a 4 year old boy with a knife stuck in his chest. I was frightened to death and my teeth were chattering so badly that you could almost hear them through the heavy storm that had just started outside. The ghost…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Jane Prowse http://www.hattorihachi.com/about-my-biographer.asp
"Suddenly, the tiger fell into a deep dark dingy hole and I flew across the end of the exciting adventure land. Jackie was missing and so I felt extremely worried. I felt dazed and now I myself fell into the dark hole. I discovered that the dark…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Debi Gliori http://www.debiglioribooks.com/
"Lucas turned into the alleyway. Looking either side, he saw some black clad guards towering over him. He looked up, his only route to freedom. He remembered the suction pads on the bottom of his worn out, black leather boots. He struggled to find…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Di Toft http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/3016101.Di_Toft
"Mrs B. went from the kitchen into the cellar because she heard the shrill sound of a cat crying out in distress.  Its loud miaow seemed to haunt the house.  She wondered whether she was hallucinating or being driven mad by the memory of…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Simon Cheshire http://www.simoncheshire.co.uk/
"Jump… I was hurtling down, cold, strong wind rushing in my face; I was going as fast as lightning. I suddenly fell into a deep dark ditch; not hesitating I checked to see if that creature was still following me…No, there was nothing to…"
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Sue Parr commented on WP Central's blog post 05/10/2012 Jim Carrington http://www.bloomsbury.com/author/jim-carrington
"I have no choice but to haul him along. After a few minutes, I notice that the monster looks terribly weak and clings onto a vine covered tree. He lets out a dramatic sigh. I scurry towards him and ask what is wrong. As quick as lightening he…"
Oct 5, 2012

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A big thank you

Posted on October 3, 2013 at 9:10 0 Comments

I just wanted to say a big 'thank you' to Bev for organising this year's Write Path. On Monday Year 6 at Heathfield School were put to the test following on from the Year 9's of Danum Academy, but they rose to the challenge. Many thanks to the pupils at Danum and the authors for providing such engaging stories. The girls was thrilled to be part of such a huge writing event and look forward to seeing their work in print.…

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Whew!

Posted on October 18, 2011 at 14:46 0 Comments

What a whirlwind of an afternoon that was! By the time our Year 7s received the stories there was quite a lot to read through. However, this did not seem to bother the girls who, quite quickly, came up with ideas to continue their stories with. They worked really well and are now looking forward to seeing how the pupils in New York complete the stories.

Once again, it was great to be involved!

Secondary stories

Posted on September 27, 2011 at 13:38 1 Comment

Looking forward to joining in again. This will be our third year! Could you just confirm if it is 5 or 6 stories this year?

Thanks.

 

An excellent start to the day

Posted on October 13, 2010 at 9:56 0 Comments

Such a good start to our day! We asked the girls to get to the LRC for an 8.30 start and found the contributions from Western Australia ready and waiting. Many thanks to them for such well written stories. The stories varied, some easier to continue that others but our girls rose to the challenge and came up with some excellent story lines, from the funny to the sinister. Many thanks Bev for offering such a unique experience! We look forward to seeing the stories completed.

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At 20:49 on September 29, 2010, WP Central said…
Hi Sue yes there should be - a few short at the moment but if need be will write a couple myself ;0)

Bev
At 5:52 on October 12, 2010, Sarah Love Mandurah Cath Coll WA said…
Hi Sue,

I'm Sarah Love, TL at Mandurah Catholic College in WA. We are handing over to you guys tomorrow. Do you want to try and Skype at just before you start? Our session is right at the end of our school day but some are staying back to finish off etc.

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