Thursday, 26 February 2015

Children Take Part In The 'Around The World With Wally' Competition

Well done to Georgia, Jack and Tegan who have all taken part in the Where's Wally? competition. They each came up with a different scene for Wally to find himself in.

Jack drew a very busy park, a place that he loves to visit, and has hidden Wally, but can you find him?
I love Tegan's picture of a pink castle! Wally has been carefully hidden, can you spot him?
Georgia describes our amazing playground as being one of the things that makes Broadford the best school on the hill. She has included all of the main features of the adventure trail and has included Odlaw as well as Wally in her picture. Can you see them both?
There is still time to enter the Where's Wally? competition. I have a pile of Where's Wally? posters and puzzles to give away to the next 13 children who participate.
How the competition works...
Using Where's Wally? scenes as inspiration, pupils will imagine they are Wally themselves and describe a new setting that he has found themselves in. Each child will receive a postcode where they will be able describe the setting. On the front they can choose to attach a photo or a picture of the scene they have described. You can choose to design your own setting or use one of the scenes displayed in the library.
Plenty of prizes up for grabs!
One grand prize winner will receive a Where's Wally? book pack, £50 in book vouchers and a winner's certificate. The school of the winning pupil will win an afternoon of storytelling performances and workshops, a collection of £100 worth of Walker Book titles for the library, and a Where's Wally Wall! 10 runners-up will each win a Where's Wally? book pack.
The winners will be chosen at random. To be in with a chance of winning, pick up a postcard from the library today!

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