Noughts and Crosses

With the start of a new academic year, Hope Corner School has begun group reading sessions every Thursday morning. Students looked through a range of books, fiction and non-fiction, and discussed what seemed interesting about them. The chosen book for this term's group reading is Noughts and Crosses, by Malorie Blackman. Here's what a few of the students have said about the book so far, just a few chapters in: "It's good because it's different, it flips racism so black people are like white people." "I really like it. The part where they go to school is good because it's interesting." "I like the characters in it and that we can know what both main characters are thinking." #group #reading #

A Visit from South Korea

Earlier this year at the end of June, we had the pleasure of inviting a group of 8 South Korean people, with their interpreter, to come into our school! We had many questions for them and really enjoyed getting to know them. When asked about their favourite animal, they each gave very specific answers! The people who came were all different ages, from early 20 to 60s, which meant we got a lot of different information in their answers. The younger people told us about their experiences of school in South Korea, where education and academic achievement is very important - they go to school for 10 hours a day! The Korean people also liked learning about our school, they were very interested in
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