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10 activities
Summer Selection
Choose from
10 activities
proposed by
the Library, to
start off with
a sweet load of
points next
term!!
1
Visit the Poetry Library in the
Royal Festival Hall at the South
Bank (bring proof) - for 5 points
http://www.poetrylibrary.org.uk/
2
Email a photograph of yourself reading outside
jpeg file format, email to [email protected] ) - for 5
points. Only 1 photo earns points, and you must state in the
email if you do not wish your photo to be used for an in-school
display.
3
Enter the Pass It On story
competition (closes 30/10/15) - 5
points for proof of entering
http://www.biblesociety.org.uk/about-bible-society/ourwork/pass-it-on/pass-it-on-the-competition/
4
Read a book (or a few!) from the
Library’s Summer Selection titles.
Get the list from the Library News
section of the school website, or
from Fronter.
3 points for each book.
5
Choose 1 activity to do, from 1 of
the activity sheets you can find on
the Charles Dickens Museum
website. 4 points
E mail it to [email protected] , or hand it in
during the first week of term, in September.
http://www.dickensmuseum.com/learning/conversa
tions-with-a-twist-dickens-oliver-and-social-justice/
6
Design a book cover …
..for an (imaginary author) L. Scribe, with any 1 of these titles:
Summer, School’s Out, or Being Me. 5 points
Photograph the cover design
and email the image as a jpeg,
or bring in the original artwork
in the first week of term.
7
Write a poem!
Write a poem of between 10 and 20 lines, with
one of the following 3 titles: Summer, School’s
Out, or Being Me - for 5 points (only your first
poem gains points).
Sentence
Grabbing!
8
You know how you sometimes find an excellent sentence or two in
something you’re reading, and you think, Yes!! …that’s bang on,
beautifully put, or just a really good idea?
Well this summer, grab the sentence/s and send by email to the Library:
[email protected]
Include …the title of the book or other publication, the author, and in the
case of a book, the page number.
Only your first contribution counts, for 4 points.
Example:
“There was a plethora of guff on the internet about
dyslexia…”.
From page 57 of the novel Dying To Know You by Aidan
Chambers.
The phrase, plethora of guff is just a wonderful
description! You could use it of a person e.g. ‘she talked a
plethora of guff’.
9
Complete the 2015
Summer Reading
Challenge, Children’s or
Young People’s version, at
Wandsworth Libraries (or
your local public library), and
bring proof of completion to
school in the first week of
term - 5 points.
Plus rewards from the pubic
library, as you go along.
More information available
from your local library or
online at:
http://readingagency.org.uk/youngpeople/
10
DO MRS ROULSTONE’S SPECIAL SUMMER
QUIZ ON FRONTER
The quiz will be in the Library Room, from
the last day of school until the day before we
start again in September.
The
End.
Have a great summer!

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