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Dragons love school!

Thanks to Jo Salmon for her fabulous display and message about the reaction to reading 'The Boy Who Grew Dragons' in her school.

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'the hype around the school was SO big that all the children from reception to year 2 knew about it and were hunting dragons! It was incredible - the book has sent ripples across everything.'

Huge thanks to all the teachers who have made the dragons feel so welcome in class! Here are just a few of the amazing displays. Incredible!

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with thanks to Wilbury Primary School

with thanks to Airedale Junior School

with thanks to St Oswald's Primary

'So many different subjects it lends itself to: guided reading, descriptive writing, art, DT. My class loved it this year and produced fantastic work from it... Did a lot of guided reading around it, description, letter writing, the children made clay dragon eyes and then did some descriptive writing by ‘zooming out’ and ended by describing the whole dragon.'  Miss Hopwood

Great job here by Year 3 at St George's Primary School on their instructions of how to grow a dragon

And some lovely work by the pupils at Terling Primary School with their instructions on how to grow a dragon. You can click on the image to download a pdf to see more of their work.


Thanks to Mr Corbett and the pupils at Wilton Primary School for sharing their amazing displays - and their instructions on Poo Patrol after some first hand experience in the playground! 

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I really enjoyed reading the list poems the children at Wilmington Primary School wrote and sent to me. Here are a just a handful, but it was impossible to choose as I loved them all! Well done everyone!

And I loved seeing these fantastic dragons from the children at Headcorn Primary. 

Please do share your wonderful work and ideas with me on line. I love seeing them and am always happy to tweet replies. Your messages always brighten my day and it means the world to know that the dragons are inspiring such wonderful creativity in class! Thank you for giving my dragons a home!

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