As part of National Storytelling Week, Ms Daly shares one of her favourite stories by Jon Klassen. It's a story of few words but lots of great messages. Enjoy.
For National Storytelling Week Miss Garcia shares The Very Hungry Caterpillar in Spanish. It's a story that many of you know, so follow along and see if you can work out the spanish words for the days of the week and the fruits the caterpillar eats.
Mrs Diksson reads Eric, by Shaun Tan. Eric is a foreign exchange student who comes to live with a typical suburban family. Although everyone is delighted with the arrangement, cultural misunderstandings ensure, beginning with Eric's insistence on sleeping in a pantry cupboard rather than a specially prepared guest room.
Ruby loves being Ruby. Until, one day, she finds a worry. At first it's not such a big worry, and that's all right, but then it starts to grow. It gets bigger and bigger every day and it makes Ruby sad. How can Ruby get rid of it and feel like herself again? Listen to Miss Manandhar read this wonderful story.
Mr Waters shares this A.A. Milne poem about the wisest knight in Appledore, Sir Thomas Tom.
Alvina has two grannies who she loves with all her heart. Grannie Vero is from the Caribbean island of Trinidad. Grannie Rose is from the north of England. When Alvina's parents go away on holiday, both the grannies move in to Alvina's house to look after her. But the two grannies want to do different things, eat different food, play different games and tell different stories. The grannies get crosser and crosser with each other, but Alvina thinks of a way they can do all the things their own way so the gra
The opening story of National Storytelling week at Anson is inspired by Julia Donaldson and created by Mr Pile. It mixes together some of our favourite characters. I wonder which characters you recognise? This is What the Ladybird Heard Again.