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'Attack' by Michael Rosen


by Michael Rosen

“I was in a public toilet
when I was attacked by a hair-dryer.

I had walked past it calmly.
I hadn’t said anything provocative…” 31 more words


Because poetry is a career of culture

“Poetry is about people and what they feel and see, it is about you and me. It is about cultures and countries.”

In India we begin almost every new venture small or big…

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Sakshi Singh

We're Going On A Bear Hunt

Review by Flossie Waite
Presented by Little Angel Theatre
Thursday 14th April 2016 – Sunday 26th June 2016

For ages 2-7

Writer Michael Rosen puts the huge success of… 718 more words

Children's Theatre

Don't Mention the Children by Michael Rosen

Collateral damage. Casualties of war. Seen but not heard. Neither seen nor heard. There are none. They don’t exist. They are the cradle of terrorists. Rubble is their toy. 793 more words


The Best Thing I've Done with my Year 2 Class?

Poetry. Without a doubt.

Particularly involving this utter piece of poetry gold:

Everday after lunch, after I do the register, we spend a few minutes reading some poems. 495 more words


SWMF 2016: "Vintage Blood" Review

Evoking shades of Friday the 13th: The Series and Tales from the Crypt, Abigail Blackmore’s horror short Vintage Blood is a quirky romp set inside of an innocuous thrift shop. 183 more words

Short Films

I love Michael Rosen!

 It’s because he comes right out with it. And the ‘it’ he’s been coming right out with lately is about the punctuation and grammar expected of primary school children. 405 more words