On Monday 20th March, St. Julie’s will recognise World Storytelling Day. World Storytelling Day is a global celebration of the art of oral storytelling. It is celebrated every year on the March equinox, on March 20th, which marks the beginning of spring and the end of winter. On World Storytelling Day, as many people as possible tell and listen to stories in as… Read more »
Students from 7 Elizabeth along with Mrs Bridges, Miss Stephenson and Mr Anderson have visit Allerton Library for the ‘St Julie’s Reads’ programme. The girls did an exciting treasure hunt as they tried to get to know what the library had to offer. The session finished with some quiet reading time. The girls chose a book that intrigued them from… Read more »
St Julie’s Reads are looking for parent volunteers. If you are interested in helping with reading in school, please contact email@example.com. We look forward to hearing from you.
The frozen lake a dark pocket Hidden deep within the forest Looking beyond it’s depths is like looking in a mirror on the wall A faraway look within my eyes I do not recall Within those hollow eyes I see somebody else I see the eyes of somebody that is not myself The winter wind it calls me home To… Read more »
The Maze Runner by James Dashner Recently Sophie, Ellie and I read a book called The Maze Runner. The book was based on a boy called Thomas who gets put in a maze however he loses his memory of everything. A girl named Theresa helps him out and they soon become best friends. Later on in the maze, a boy… Read more »
Refurbishing the reading room Whilst seeing our new school grow and develop has been exciting, it has meant that we lost our much used school library last summer. Over the past few months, we have been designing a new reading room for the school, in the reading hub of our school, Our Lady’s. Firstly, we planned the layout of the… Read more »
I had to think really hard about which books I could take to a desert Island as I have enjoyed reading so many over the years. I tried to think about the books that I had gone back to, the books I had re-read. In the radio programme the people stranded are allowed The Bible and The Complete Works of… Read more »
Reading is a crucial part of your education. Being able to read properly is a necessity when it comes to exams because if you can’t read the question, you’re never going to be able to answer it. Reading is also critical in lessons so you can learn what you need to know to answer the questions and it helps to… Read more »
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