One young hopeful dares to dream big. Could this be our Aloysius?
Having counted all 6 of the votes, I am afraid we are yet to find our man. Bear.
But I know he’s out there somewhere. Thus:
You have until midnight on Friday (2nd March) to upload a picture of your proposed bear, in the comment box below.
For legal reasons, he (she?) will require a National Insurance Number and a valid work permit. Fluency in the English language is essential; no previous acting experience required.
As part of our celebrations of World Book Day, our Readathon will launch this Monday, 27th February.
You have just over a month to read as much as you can, and get sponsored from kindly friends and family for so doing.
Sponsorship money is due on Friday, 30th March. For more details about vvthe Readathon, and to find out where the money you raise will go, click on the link below.
Many of you will be familiar with Talking Pont, the More House ‘viewspaper’ and brainchild of editor and founder, Madeleine Perham. English and Things is an avid reader of this esteemed publication, and is therefore delighted to welcome it to the cyberworld realm.
Follow Talking Pont at:
If you’re aged 14-16 and think and not averse to penning the odd line or two, have a look at this:
First Prize: £150
2 Runners-up: £50
Deadline for entries: 1st May 2012
My 100th Post comes with a FREE GIFT.
World Book Day is only ONE WEEK AWAY! Eek. Click on the link below to find out more.
You can download a FREE APP for World Book Day 2012, which is out today!
If you would like to get involved in our More House World Book Day Bonzanza, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org, or speak to your English teacher.
Dear Year 9,
Welcome to English and Things, a treasure trove of resources and inspiration for you. Hopefully you will find this blog increasingly useful as you study for your GCSEs in English Language and Literature next year.
To kick things off, click on the link below, to access the presentation from tonight’s Options Evening. It gives you an outline of what you will study in years 10 and 11.
GCSE English: What to Expect