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At 21:28 on September 22, 2009, Lynda Marett, CTK Preston said…
PS Well done to Graham too!
At 9:11 on October 5, 2009, Nicola McNee said…
Bev I can't find the participating schools details!
At 10:22 on October 5, 2009, Nicola McNee said…
Thanks Bev
Is it just me can't see them? I've looked in WP Central's apps and there's no excel document there.
At 15:42 on October 8, 2009, Allison Painich said…
Thank you! I will email a few things to you, but I know you are unavailable now. We are really looking forward to next week!
At 12:48 on October 11, 2009, Mark Robson said…
I've used that as a demo start several times. It does tend to catch the children's imagination!!

Hope all goes well. I look forwards to reading some of the stories.

Mark
At 13:27 on October 12, 2009, Lynda Marett, CTK Preston said…
Enjoyed reading through some of the stories whilst I had lunch - what imaginations these young children have!
Found the first comic page... haven't seen any others yet, do I take it that no one has carried the comic on? Had 2 of my little group in at lunch to look at the stories so far too, one of them was practising drawing!
Well done all of you... I imagine it is quite hectic trying to complete it all in an hour!
Lynda
At 13:32 on October 12, 2009, WP Central said…
I think that's the case, no comic continuations yet but one of my lads is working on it tomorrow so that will be good!
At 18:16 on October 13, 2009, Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs said…
What a brilliant time was had by all! Our schools are in the middle of their October holday week so we involved young folk from one of our Chatterbooks Groups. Six girls (in groups of two) each with an adult as a scribe tackled two stories each. At first things were a little slow but by the end the ideas were coming thick and fast and it all the scribes could do to keep up with the momentum. The question at the end was "how soon can we do it again?"
At 7:57 on October 20, 2009, Liz Bridge said…
Hi Sorry me again! Gone into the Aps bit but can't find anything there?
Liz
At 8:50pm on October 21, 2009, kgarnett gave WP Central a gift
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Thanks for a fantastic event Bev! Here's to next year please!!!!
At 7:50am on October 22, 2009, someone gave WP Central a giftAnonymous
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I have left this gift for thee... Can you work out who the sender might be?
At 7:52am on October 22, 2009, Nikki Heath gave WP Central a gift
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Hi, Bev, Thought you mihgt like this on your page! Nikki xxxx
At 10:30am on October 22, 2009, Jayne Davidson, WHHS, UK gave WP Central a gift
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You deserve this!
At 7:49am on October 23, 2009, Anita Vine gave WP Central a gift
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Thanks for a great experience. Looking forward to next year.
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At 10:59am on February 11, 2010, Margaret Bell,NthLanarkshireLibs gave WP Central a gift
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Thank you for all your hard work! From all in North Lanarkshire Chatterbooks!
At 20:25 on March 15, 2010, Anita Vine said…
World Book Day. We transformed the LRC into Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory!
At 23:06 on June 8, 2010, Alinda Sheerman said…
Hi Bev! I have been negotiating with some teachers at my school who are interested in taking part. I will be more confident to give numbers and ages in about a week's time - I only heard of this through your presentation in YSL and am introducing the concept to interested staff. I think I will end up with at least one group of 'gifted' students in the Upper Primary age group - in Australia this is Years 5 & 6. I will get back to you soon. Alinda
At 2:14 on June 9, 2010, Alinda Sheerman said…
I am Head of Information Services at Broughton Anglican College which is about 50km South West of Sydney, Australia. I manage our Information Resource Centre for our Prep - 12 school of 950 students. I also promote the use of ICTs in the curriculum and team-teach with any teacher that asks to fit their class into my schedule for a unit of work - and this keeps me very busy!
I hope to take part in Write Path with a group of students this year to demonstrate so that a whole class might do this next year with their teacher. I usually gather evidence for a "show and tell" of new technologies to present to the staff and this promotes enthusiastic use of these technologies the next year.
At 5:52 on June 9, 2010, WP Central said…
That's great news Alinda, glad you enjoyed the presentation! Look forward to hearing from you. Each school is invited to enter a maximum of two groups, one upper primary as you say and one from year 7/8.

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