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Bishop's Waltham Junior School

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  • 03 Mar 2020
    Ali Sparkes visit - Thursday 27th February

    As part of our World Book Day celebrations, BWJS enjoyed a visit from author Ali Sparkes today. Ali is the author of more than 30 books including the Night Speaker series, the Shape Shifter series and the Switch series. She ran two workshops - one with the lower school and one with the upper school - where she read extracts from her books and talked about the process of writing them.
    It was an inspirational visit for children and staff alike. Every class is currently reading an Ali Sparkes novel, and there are many others available in the school library for anyone who wants to investigate further.

    "I really want to read the books in the Night series now! She was so confident at reading!" (Heidi, 5T)
    "It was mind-blowing!" (Emilia, 4R)
    "I could have stayed there all day!" (Olivia, 4R)
    "I loved it when she read her books because of all the impressions and funny voices she did!" (Lola, 4R)

    Thank you to FoBs for funding this fantastic experience!

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