Monday, 17 June 2013

Hathersage stories

Today was the first of two days building stories in the wide and exciting grounds of St Michael's Primary School in Hathersage

A few morsels.....

mixing storylines!

Journey poems led us into characters and stories:

Under the roots,
And over the trees,
Across the forgotten field,
Behind the mossy wall,
Through the holly bushes
And there beside a muddy stream, beneath an old grey willow,
A damp goblin lives

playing with ways of presenting words
I use an activity "here, there, everywhere, and nowhere" just to get ideas moving. Today with Year 3s it gave two quick pieces that seemed to feed one into the other...

Group A
Here comes a black knight, marching out of the gloomy forest

There, in the mini-beasts' home, curious ants creep up towards the surface

Everywhere, a strong wind blows from a ghost's breath

There was nowhere we could escape from this terrifying school

Group B
Here are the children standing quietly by the window
(here are the children, climbing out of the window)

Everywhere the teachers are looking, 
because there is something suspicious going on

There by the minibeasts' hotel, the children suddenly disappear

The children were nowhere to be seen!

 I like these two sets... this final image (for now) is a bit grimmer, but I love the "dusty old graves"!

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