Tom Palmer's World Cup journey 7
Posted by Tom Palmer
16 Jun 2010
Bishop Luffa School in Hampshire have some great stuff going on in their library. Here’s what they’re up to:
“Pupils are invited to come and join in the School Library World Cup 2010 events.
“Events kick off with "World Cup Mystery" on Friday 11 June. Listen to the first episode of a story being written every day during the World Cup by Tom Palmer. Followed by World Cup Bingo. Win a World Cup football!
“Pompey Footballer and past pupil Joel Ward will be in school on Friday 18 June to answer your questions about being a professional footballer and share his views of the World Cup.
“World Cup Top Trumps Tournament takes place on Wednesday 23 June with a chance to win a book about the World Cup.
“Is it all over for England or do they still have a chance? "Have I Got World Cup News for you" takes place on Thursday 1 July. In teams you will look back at the newspaper headlines and guess the missing words! Teams will be put together on the day.”
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