A Writing Celebration!

Grade 2N students celebrate writing with parents!

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On the first day of school, students wrote a story about a moment from their holidays. After weeks of teaching and learning students were asked to revise and edit their work. Students were then asked to finish and publish their stories. For our celebration, students collected their first piece of writing, drafts (including revisions and edits) along with their published work to show and celebrate how they have developed as emerging authors.

Grade 2N received an overwhelming turn out. Many parents, family members and IST teachers joined in the celebration to support Grade 2 students in their journey as writers.

Thank you everyone for your support!

2N the Buzzing Bees

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6 Responses to A Writing Celebration!

  1. Z. thawer says:

    It was really good to see the before and after writing and see how far ahead our children have got with their writing skills. It was also great to see so many parents! Well done 2N!

  2. What a beautiful morning! Thanks a million Lara. So nice to have the chance to celebrate with Sienna. I think the fact so many mums and dads came shows you how valuable this was to all of us. Amazing to see the writing progress of a few short months. Equally amazing to see the joy with which the kids presented their work. Thank you for all you do as their teacher.
    Nicki

  3. eleanor says:

    I appreciate the people who brought the food.

  4. Ali says:

    It was fun that our mom and dad were there.

    • Ummy says:

      It was indeed impressive to see all those writing which the kids had been working on… Bravo 2N 🙂 Thanks Lara

  5. Ayra says:

    Sharing was fun!!!!!!!!

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