Author pays a visit to Wolverley school

 

THE author of “Dreaming the Bear” recently paid a visit to a Wolverley school.

Mimi Thebo visited Wolverley CE Secondary School on September 21 and talk to students about her life as a writer and the importance of reading.

She also attended the school’s open evening to talk to parents about the importance of reading for success at school and later life opportunities.

A spokesman from the school said: “Reading for pleasure is high on the agenda at Wolverley CE Secondary School and as a result all tutor groups have been challenged to read 50 books.

 

 

 

 

“Mimi’s book is available to borrow from the new ‘Sebright Book Lounge’, books can be borrowed during breaks and lunchtimes.

“There are also new Kindles for students to read and books can be ordered from the student librarians.”

Bryn's Blog

11/01/2018

December 2017
As we approach the end of a long, busy and very successful term I would like to take this opportunity to wish you a very happy Christmas… Read more

09/11/2017

November 2017
As a scientist, I can boldly say that global warming may be a widely accepted phenomena for a warming trend on earth.... Read more

30/10/2017

October 2017
For my October blog, I would like to raise the subject of school funding which remains high on our agenda.... Read more

18/10/2017

September 2017
On Friday 15th September, over 125 students from Wolverley CE Secondary School pitched up their tents and prepared for Wolverley’s… Read more

Latest News

08/01/2018

New Head Students!
Your new Head Students have been voted as Ella Holden and Brandon Bayliss. Brandon would like to introduce activities during lunch times… Read more

08/01/2018

Pearl Of Africa
On Wednesday, 29th November 2017 we were very lucky to have the Pearl of Africa Choir..... Read more

28/12/2017

Age Mix
The start of the new academic year has seen the introduction of new Senior and Junior Partners to AGE MIX.... Read more

21/09/2017

Year 7 Camp
On Friday 15th September, over 125 students from Wolverley CE Secondary School pitched up their tents and prepared for Wolverley’s… Read more

We use cookies to help provide you with the best possible online experience.
By using this site, you agree that we may store and access cookies on your device. You can find out more and set your own preferences here.