Literacy Day at Cardinal Vaughan School in West London
This is the second year that I’ve been invited to take part in the Cardinal Vaughan Literacy Day and it was great. I worked with a bright, funny and very enthusiastic group of year 7s, creating the Wolf’s side of the Little Red Riding Hood story, It turns out that he was a vegetarian pacifist who wanted to adopt a granny because he was lonely. Unfortunately the Rent a Granny agency sent him to the wrong house and he was framed by little Red Riding Hood and the Woodcutter for a crime he did not commit . . .
| Posted on: July 12, 2012 | Filed under: News
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