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Weihnachten ist Rudolph und seine rote Nase
Weihnachten ist das Abendessen mit Weissen Zuckerguss auf
Weihnachten ist das Küssen unter dem Mistelzweig
Weihnachten ist Geschenke sitzt unter dem schnee bedeckten Baum
Weihnachten ist zimt duftenden Färbung der Luft
Weihnachten ist das Fett Mann Klettern durch der Schornstein
Weihnachten ist wachen Kinder wie die Lerche singt
Weihnachten ist eine Stechpalme bedeckt Kranz an der Hastür
Weihnachten ist die Strümpfe Über dem kamin hängen
Weihnachten ist die Karottennase im Gesicht des Schneemanns

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Christmas is Rudolph and his red nose
Christmas is dinner with white icing on top
Christmas is kisses under the mistletoe
Christmas is gifts sitting under the snow covered tree
Christmas is cinnamon scented candles colouring the air
Christmas is the fat man climbing down the chimney
Christmas is children waking as the lark sings
Christmas is a holly covered wreath on the front door
Christmas is the stockings hanging about the fireplace
Christmas is the carrot nose on the snowman’s face

Novemberpogrome 1938

Posted: November 22, 2013 by hbl010 in German, HBL, Pupil, Schoolwork
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In der Nacht vom 9. Und 10. November eine Reihe von Angriffen gegen Juden wurden in Deutschland und Österreicht gebracht. Tausende von synagogen und Jüdishe Geschäfte und  Hause waren Beschädigt  oder zerstört. Deutsch Behörden sah aber nicht unterbrechen. Mindestens 91 Juden waren getötet und 30,000 verhaftet. Sie waren konzentrationslager gesendet.

 

 

This is my version of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, from Friar Lawrence’s point of view.   (more…)

Commissioned!

Posted: September 19, 2012 by yodadore in HBL, Pupil, Schoolwork
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We’re going to help set up a blog for Jen and she will be coming in the classroom tomorrow. Jen is known to us as our storyteller and has commissioned us to help her. Here is the brief that Jen sent us…

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The pupils in the Secondary Classroom worked with the Fire Poet, Philip Wells, looking at sonnets and composing one together. Here it is:

Ocean Rose
The ocean light is a blue rose opening
My morning eyes to the glare of the sun
I listen to the whisper of the ocean noises ring
And I wish for the dolphin’s leaping fin.

Here in the sleep I am with them –
On my lids, in the quiet anything can happen
My sleeping hands could move and turn to wings
Of doves or fish that dart and swim

Into the unendable darkness and return
With scales shimmering in silvers
To the ocean light of the burning sun
Rising to the centre though the ether
My heart is filled with white love,
The magic pollen of the pure ocean rose.

By HBL, SD, AK, SR

Writer’s residency continues

Posted: January 30, 2012 by hbl010 in HBL, news, Pupil
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Jennifer Lunn, 33, writer and director starts the second week of her residency. (more…)

Zeus has ordered Hades, the God of the underworld to return Persephone to her mother.

Persephone, who is the daughter of Demeter, went missing 10 days ago. Persephone was out weaving garlands of hyacinths and wild lavender when Hades came up to her and snatched her.

Before abducting Persephone, Hades had asked many other goddesses to share his throne in the underworld but none of them wanted to join him. Hades had said in a previous interview he was determined not to be turned down again. So when Hades had seen Persephone he immediately snatched her, and brought her straight to the underworld.

Her mother Demeter has been distraught since Persephone has gone missing. She has even abandoned her duties to go and search for her. Demeter is the goddess of the earth, planets and harvests. As Demeter has given up her duties, all the crops have stopped growing. Demeter went to Zeus, the ruler of the gods and demanded that he give back Persephone.

At first Zeus, wouldn’t listen. He was willing to allow Persephone to become Queen of the underworld but after Demeter cried for her daughter to be returned he said he was willing to demand to Hades, that he had to return Persephone safely back to her mother.

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We are preparing to enter a film competition. 90 second film in one take, only two charactures and shot in Southwark. We made a start this morning. These drafts are all under 60 secs, have a listen and vote for the one you think we should develop.

Weekly photo challenge: Path

Posted: September 8, 2011 by orlandoayli in HBL, photography, Pupil, ROH
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These are some pictures pupils have taken around the Evelina Hospital. The initials after each caption are those of the pupil who took the photograph.

Roof path - Aii

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