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I like this picture because the view from it is amazing. When I see this picture, I feel like I am in the Shard and I feel excited. Do you agree with me?    Comment …

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Through Picture!

Posted: March 27, 2012 by orlandoayli in general, photography
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Through Picture!

This is a photograph taken through my window in my cubicle in the Evelina Hospital where I am an inpatient.

DJ1 YR 7

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The atrium roof is getting replaced. There’s scaffolding everywhere over the school. We have a temporary roof. Parts of the atrium are blocked off ready for the work to begin. The cups of tea are ready for the builders on their break.

by:roo aged:13

A 36 year old man known as Philip Alan Smith was found injured with stab wounds in Church Street in Barnsley, South Yorkshire on a Saturday afternoon. He was taken to Barnsley District General Hospital, but later died from his severe injuries. 4 men were arrested due to the 36 year olds death. Three of the men were arrested on suspicion of violent disorder, but were soon released on bail. The other man was arrested on suspicion of murder and has been kept in Police custody. Det Supt Andy Thompson has been making house-to-house inquiries for forensic investigations. No witnesses that saw the event have come forward yet, but Det Supt Andy Thompson urges anyone with any information to contact the South Yorkshire Police.

by The Giraffe

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Why do people like to visit places like Charles Dickens’ house? What do we think we can learn about him by looking at his house? What would someone learn about you by looking at your bedroom and the things that you keep about you?

On Monday 16th January, Eva Sajovic and Sarah Butler are coming to the secondary classroom. They are artists-in-residence at the Cuming Museum. Their current project is about collecting, and what objects mean to people. This is what they say:

“We are asking local residents to select objects from their own lives, which they would put into a museum: objects that represent themselves, their home lives, or the history of the area. Eva and Sarah will be making a new exhibition within the museum showcasing these local objects (either their stories, or the objects themselves).”

To find out more, visit their page, http://collectinghome.wordpress.com/

Is there anything special you have kept? What is it? Where do you keep it? What does it mean to you? What do you think it says about you?

Charles Dickens Storyboard

We were talking about Charles Dickens because it is 200 hundred years since he was born. I made a story board about his life. I made a recorded voice and put it on the story board. Next week we’re going to make a animated film about it.

Miss Video Editor

Posted: November 17, 2011 by celiaayli in Event
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Miss L E, year 8, came to the classroom for the first time today and tried her hand at some video-editing during an ICT session.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Windows

Posted: November 10, 2011 by orlandoayli in photography
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These pictures were taken by a year 7 pupil who attended the classroom for one morning. He was given the title ‘windows’ and as the hospital has an atrium he had quite a lot to work with!

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What is it like…

Posted: February 24, 2010 by INC in biography, Parent Feedback
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The Atrium in the Evelina Hospital School

What is it like to be a pupil or parent in the school?

Marie Curie

Posted: February 23, 2010 by INC in biography, Schoolwork
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We are finding out about Marie Curie’s life and writing short biographies.

Pupils can post their versions in the comments boxes below, leaving their first name and initial of their surname, plus their age and school year like this:

JoeB aged 12 Year 7.

If visitors would like to make constructive comments, we would be very pleased.