Communication Fortnight – Story Glory

Yesterday was the closing ceremony of Communication Fortnight, two weeks that have been dedicated to speaking and listening. Class AS have been working very hard on an activity called Story Glory. This is where the children are given a list of props or items and have to make a story out of them.


Mr Stanley gave the children the following items: The Statue of Liberty, a sunhat, a tennis raquet, a rugby ball, Granny and a dalmatian called Larry. All the groups produced some great stories, but the group selected was composed of Katie, Charlotte, Susie, Jake, Korban, Madeline and Kirsten and they brought the house down with a brilliant performance making their classmates and teacher very proud. They were presented with a deserved certificate by Mrs Green.


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3 Responses to Communication Fortnight – Story Glory

  1. Lisa Arnold says:

    I’ve heard so many good things about this activity, both from adults and children. Jake had a good time taking part too. I wish I had been there to see it!

  2. Emma Jenkins says:

    I was there and it was so awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. Charlotte Barker says:

    I was in the story glory activity and was in the winning team of AS and would defiantly do it again.

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