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National Storytelling Week

National Storytelling Week happens yearly in January. Storytelling is vitally important to our children and their development, whether these stories are read from books, or relayed orally. Storytelling helps our children's imaginations to grow, can teach them lessons and can give them opportunities for their future.

Our staff, the storytellers!

All the staff in our school love books and love to read.  Here are last year's videos of themselves reading some of their favourite children's stories.

Mrs Lea - Red

Mrs Lea - Red.MOV

Mrs Lea - Wonky Donkey

Mrs Lea - Wonky Donkey.MOV

Mrs Wharton - The Queen's Knickers

Mrs Wharton - The Queen's Knickers.mp4

Miss Fallon - How to Grow a Dinosaur

Miss Fallon - How to Grow a Dinosaur.mp4

Mrs Kelly - Spookyrumpus

Mrs Kelly - Spookyrumpus.mp4

Mrs Rutty - Big Bad Owl

Mrs Rutty - Big Bad Owl.mp4

Mrs Caldwell - The Odd Egg

Mrs Caldwell - The Odd Egg.MOV

Mrs Norris - Please Mrs Butler

Mrs Norris - Please Mrs Butler.mp4

Miss Bedworth - Super Sid the Silly Sausage Dog

Miss Bedworth - Super Sid the Silly Sausage Dog.mov

Mr Tinsley - Aliens Love Underpants

Mr Tinsley - Dinosaurs Love Underpants.mp4

Mrs Cushnie - Five Minutes Peace

Five Minutes' Peace.mp4

Mrs Davies - Mr Bump

Mrs Davies - Mr Bump.MOV

Storytelling Video Links

Hans Christian Andersen - The King's New Clothes


Hans Christian Andersen - The Ugly Duckling


Links to websites


The following link is for National Storytelling Week 2023.

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