Strange inspiration at Witton Middle School

Children at Witton Middle School wore hats related to their favourite books for World Book Day: (from left) Felicity Quiney, Joshua Hancock, Ollie Taylor, Merrin Dewson, Olivia Warburton, and Katie Sabel. Buy photo: BCR111403 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/

Children at Witton Middle School wore hats related to their favourite books for World Book Day: (from left) Felicity Quiney, Joshua Hancock, Ollie Taylor, Merrin Dewson, Olivia Warburton, and Katie Sabel. Buy photo: BCR111403 at droitwichadvertiser.co.uk/

First published in News

PUPILS at Witton Middle School were experiencing some very strange events last week as part of a ‘Round the Twist’ themed writing week.

As part of the week, the children found large, unidentifiable eggs hatching in the school, footprints left on windowsills, and unattended luggage left lying around the building.

At the end of the week, the children got to spend an entire day writing their own stories and poems, taking the week’s strange events as inspiration.

Sarah Anderson, literacy co-ordinator at the school, said: “This has been a totally inspirational week for the children and has helped their writing skills immensely.”

The week was linked into World Book Day on Thursday, when the children were invited to come to school wearing hats that related to their favourite book.

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