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How to Prop up the Middle of your Mystery Novel

The middle of your mystery novel is the longest story segment in your book. Don’t allow it to sink into a sea of insipid verbiage. I’m referring to what occurs when the prose that fills the large space between your novel’s opening and its climax fails to hold your reader’s interest. 211 more words

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UK Cricket Tour

This group of Y7&8 students proudly show off their medals which they earned as runners-up in a UK Cricket event in Hampshire. They were well looked after by Mr and Mrs Hunter and staff from Guernsey Cricket. 17 more words


Y7 visit Y6 friends at Le Rondin

Our Year 7 students had a lovely morning visiting their Y6 friends at Le Rondin as part of the important transition process. They told their younger friends all about the things that they do and learn at Le Murier using an i-Book which they have been developing in ICT lessons.  21 more words


The Middle has no End

“Heroes know that things must happen when it is time for them to happen. A quest may not simply be abandoned; unicorns may go unrescued for a long time, but not forever; a happy ending cannot come in the middle of the story.” 169 more words


Recycled Castles!

Our Year 9 students are clearly enjoying their current CDT project in their Protection and Defence topic this term. They are creating castles made entirely from recycled materials, which is another important aspect of this term’s focus.


Jersey Residential Day 2

Our year 9 students have had a great first full day in Jersey.

The aim of this residential is to enable these young people to apply some of the important lifeskills they have been developing in school. 22 more words


Jersey Residential

Mrs Storey’s group at Guernsey Harbour waiting to board the Condor Liberation ferry to travel to Jersey for their residential experience.
They will be based at the Durrell Wildlife Park.