On 20th November a group of Easington children represented the school in a poetry event held at the Spurn Discovery Centre. The children had written their own poetry and got the chance to perform in front of other local poets and visitors to the event. All of the children behaved and performed brilliantly ; there were some very proud adults watching in awe at the confidence they displayed. The school would like to thank Aly Stoneman and the Spurn Heritage Team for offering their time and skills in this very successful project. Let’s hope there is more to come!
“Thank you so much for attending the event, I’m so glad the children enjoyed it, they were all amazing and a pleasure to work with. They all produced thoughtful and impressive poems inspired by the project theme of preserving and extending our vocabulary for the natural world, and how this more widely supports conservation. I thought their enthusiasm and imagination was fantastic, and they read really well at the event, not an easy task! So congratulations all round.” – Aly Stoneman