Years 4-7 welcomed author and radio DJ, Christian O'Connell, to Feltonfleet this week and listened to his talk about his forthcoming book Radio Boyand theRevenge of Grandad. Many of the pupils have already read Christian's debut novel Radio Boy, which has been shortlisted for the Awesome Book Awards. Christian spoke about the importance of reading and how it develops empathy and creativity. "It's like working out for your imagination". He reads a chapter a day because it's an achievable target. Christian talked about his early days in radio and how hard it had been to breakthrough and find work. Perseverance was key, as well as self-belief. He explained that his personal experience resonates in his books because Spike struggles to fit in at school and find acceptance. In the end, the books are really about Spike finding his inner confidence as opposed to becoming a DJ.
" I found the talk incredibly funny and I loved how he got everyone involved. I felt like he really showed how important it is to persevere in life and I can't wait to tune in to his radio show!" Anna, Year 7
This year's Pancake Day has fallen in half term so we're looking forward to celebrating next week. In the meantime, we thought we would revisit this #PancakeDay memory from last year. Let's hope Mrs Rampe does better this year! #ShroveTuesdayhttps://t.co/hHL2X13S9x
Feltonfleet - February 7
Last night's amazing performance of #Shakespeare's The Tempest by our fabulous Year 4 wowed the audience. Performed in a Greek Theatre style, with stylised masks and movement the children rose to the challenge admirably. 2nd performance tonight- good luck guys! #FeltonfleetDramahttps://t.co/ye1dB4kKFX
Fascinating and enlightening talk yesterday for our parent community from Teresa Hughes, specialist & national expert on online safety & child protection. Did you know that 68% of children under 13 believe everything they see online? Source: CEOP #internetsafety#keeptalkinghttps://t.co/A2OWNuxpjr