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Who’s  who:  The  House  Helpers Ms  Safraz:  Skills  and  Literacy  Coordinator,  Editor  (Magazine)

4-5   Wish  you  were  here!

Miss  Roberts:  Deputy  Literacy  Coordinator,  KS3  Skills  Coordinator,  Editor   (Magazine)

6-7   Rave  reviews

Lucy  Head  (Year  8):  House  Illustrator

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National  Poetry  Day

George  Richards  (Year  8):  House  Illustrator

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Armistice  Day

Lewis  Ricke s  (Year  9):  House  Illustrator

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What  has  become  of   Christmas?

Ms  Rymell:  House  Magazine  cover  design

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Puzzle  page

Mr  Masters:  Prin ng

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Skills  postcard  competition Here  are  just  a  few  of  the  entries…

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From  top  to  bo om:   Jazmin  Perry,  Indie   Pearce,  Stella  Hali   and  Jordan  Connolly

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EDITORIAL

WELCOME! Welcome  to  the  first  edition  of  the  SBL  House  Magazine.    We  are  really  proud  to  bring  you  the   work  of  students  in  Years  7,  8  and  9,  who  have  been  collaborating  with  their  tutors  to  bring   you  the  best  travel  writing,  articles  and  reviews  from  the  last  two  terms.   Everyone  loves  holidays  –  which  is  why  we  chose  to  include  some  great  memories  from   recent  and  not-so-recent  trips  abroad  or  around  the  country.  From  Amazing  Austria  to  Perfect   Portugal;;  from  the  ramparts  of  Raglan  Castle  to  the  thrills  of  Thorpe  Park;;  from  Villa  Joyosa  to   Vietnam  –  our  students  have  seemingly  travelled  the  world  to  bring  you  their  impressions  of   some  of  the  places  that  they  have  visited.   Ms  Martin’s  tutor  group  collaborated  to  bring  you  a  thoughtful  piece  about  Christmas.  Did  you   know  that  approximately  £112  is  spent  on  the  average  person?  That’s  a  lot  of  apps  on  the   app  store…  and  many  students  receive  at   least  one  Apple  product.  And  I  don’t  think   “Want  to  see  a  film?  Wondering   they’re  talking  Granny  Smiths  either.  8Eu2   what  book  to  read  next? take  us  back  to  the  real  power  of  Christmas  –   Trying  to  find  something  to  down-­ the  opportunity  to  be  with  friends  and  family.  

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Want  to  see  a  film?  Wondering  what  book  to   read  next?  Trying  to  find  something  to  download  onto  your  iPod?  A  new  game  for  the  X-Box?   Have  a  look  at  our  Reviews  section  –  our  students  have  been  busy  trying  out  the  latest  films,   books  and  music.  It’s  a  hard  life…. This  term  we  celebrated  National  Poetry  Day  with  its  theme  of  Stars,  and  observed   Remembrance  Sunday  by  designing  our  own  commemorative  items.  Some  of  the  most   striking  work  is  showcased  on  pages  8  and  9.  In  the  next  issue  we  will  be  celebrating   Valentine’s  Day   and  World  Book  Day  and  observing  Holocaust  Memorial  Day.   House  will  be  out  again  at  Easter  and  at  the  end  of  the  Summer  Term.    The  aim  of  the   magazine  is  to  strengthen  students’  literacy  and  communication  skills  by  bringing  their  writing   to  a  wider  audience.  As  you  can  imagine,  this  process  takes  many  hours  of  drafting,  redrafting   and  refining.  By  the  end  of  the  academic  year,  we  will  aim  to  have  showcased  as  many  of  the   students’  work  as  possible  in  the  magazine,  and  will  be  displaying  some  of  the  work  that   couldn’t  fit  into  it  around  the  school  and  online.   Happy  reading  –  and  a  happy  new  year  to  all! Ms  Safraz Literacy  Coordinator

Miss  Roberts Deputy  Literacy  Coordinator

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REVIEWS  EXACTS

Rave  reviews Stuck  for  something  to  read?  Something  to  listen  to?  Something  to  watch?  To  play?   Let  KS3  students  guide  you  with  their  reviews.  Illustrations  by  Lucy  Head  

FILM Twilight  Breaking  Dawn   Part  2 Sarah  Blackford  and  Lily  King  9AT1 We’ve  all   heard  of  the   Twilight   saga!  You   may  have   even  read  all   of  the  books,   but  have  you   watched  the  final   chapter?  You  may  think  it’s  just   another  love  story  but  instead  it’s   action  packed,  moreish  and  thrilling  –   with  just  enough  romance!  

The  Lorax   Josephine  Cox  7EU1 A  funny,  feel-good  film  that  will  keep   you  laughing  throughout! Tom  always  dreamed  of  making  his   mother  proud  and  becoming  rich   beyond  his  wildest  dreams.  He   embarks  upon  a  journey  to  make  a  girl   happy  by  finding  the  last  living  tree  but   on  this  quest  he   meets  ‘The   Lorax’.  The   Lorax  tells  a   magnificent   story  which   makes  them   determined  to   save  the  trees.   But  as  the  story   unravels,  the  group   find  themselves  in  deep  trouble  as  Tom   gets  caught  up  in  a  sticky  situation.   Through  the  ups  and  downs  in  the  film   you  will  feel  for  all  of  the  characters  in   this  amazing  story  for  all  the  family.  

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The  Dark  Knight  Rises George  Bryant  7CA2 The  Dark  Knight  Rises  is  the  continued   story  of  the  Dark  Knight.  Batman  begins   the  story  hiding  due  to  the  death  of   Harvey  Dent  (Two  Face).  But,  evil  soon   rises  and  begins  to  terrorise  the   Police  and  Gotham  City,  and   it’s  up  to  Batman  to  stop   them.  The  film  contains   incredible  action  sequences,   in  particular  the  final  battle   where  all  of  the  criminals  and   Police  charge  at  each  other.   The  Dark  Knight  Rises  is  probably   the  best  film  I  have   seen  this  year.   The  story  and   action  are   amazing  and  the   film  is  simply   great.  

BOOKS Gone  by  Michael  Grant   Alex  Manning  8TI2 Michael  Grant’s   book  ‘Gone’  is  an   astonishing  book   for  teenagers  out   there.  Gone  is  a   book  about  a   group  of  teenagers   living  in  California   and  suddenly  all  of  the  adults  vanish   from  the  world.  ‘Gone’  is  packed  with   lots  of  action  and  the  characters  make   such  an  impact  on  the  reader,  they  stay   in  your  head  forever.  

action  and  I’m  sure  you  won’t  want  to   put  the  book  down!  

Ratburger  by  David   Walliams   Lewis  Lee  7CA2 ‘Ratburger’  is  David’s   latest  hit  but  have  you   heard  of  it?  Have  you   even  eaten  a   ratburger? Meet  Zoe,  a  small  child   with  big  problems.  Her  step-mum,   Sheila,  is  extremely  lazy  –  she  is  even   makes  Zoe  pick  her  nose  for  her!  Tina   Trott,  the  school  bully,   inedible  school  meals  -   the  list  of  horrible  things   in  this  book  is  endless.   Zoe  faces  many  troubles   in  her  life,  her  stepmum,  the  school  bully   and  even  evil  Bert  is  after  her  pet   rat  for  his  burgers.  I  don’t  need  to  tell   you  what  Bert  makes  his  burgers  out  of   –  there  is  a  clue  in  the  name  of  this   book!   I  thoroughly  enjoyed  the  book.  It   wasn’t  predictable  as  there  is  a  surprise   around  every  corner.  I  would  say  it  is   one  of  the  best  books  I  have  ever  read   and  would  recommend  it  to  readers   aged  between  7-15  years.  

Private  Peaceful  by  Michael   Morpurgo  

Rosie  Harding  7EU1 Private  Peaceful  is  a   heartfelt,   emotionally  charging   book.  Michael   Morpurgo  has   Gone  is  one  of  my  favourite  books  with   an  excellent  storyline.  It  has  buckets  of   written  the  book  so   that  the  reader  is   immediately  hooked,  you  just  want  to  


REVIEWS  EXACTS read  more  and  more.  The  story  is  a   flashback  of  Thomas  Peaceful’s  life   up  until  the  present  day,  leading  to   one  tragic  moment.  The  story  is  set   in  the  lead  up  to  World  War  One  and   the  story  takes  place  during  this   historical  time.   The  book  is  about  the  lives  of  Charlie   and  Tommo  Peaceful  who  live  in  the   calm  and  tranquil  countryside.   However,  when  World  War  One   strikes  they  are  forced  to  leave  their   families  and  fight  in  France.  The  two   boys  experience  pain,  grief  and  the   loss  of  their  fellow  army  friends.  This   is  a  great  read  for  older  children  but   one  warning,  be  prepared  to  cry  at   the  end!  

The  Fear  by   Michael   Grant Jay  Cooper  7CA2 The  book  called   The  Fear  is  a  story   about  people  aged   fourteen  and  over   who  become  infected  with  a  disease   that  turns  them  into  zombies.  Kids   now  have  to  fight  to  survive  in  the   ruined  new  world.  There  is  no   electricity.  No  laws.  No  food.  Is  it  the   end?  There  is  a  lot  of  blood,  ‘icky’   bits,  action  and  gore.  I  like  this  book   because  it  is  about  young  people   who  fight  for  survival  –  and  the  ‘icky’   bits  are  cool.  

of  the  year  singing  songs  live   from  the  studio.  The  best  thing   about  this  album  is  that  it  is  good   to  hear  artists  singing  other   artists  songs  live.   My  favourite  tracks  on  the  CD  are   Connor  Maynard’s  ‘Starships’  and   Ben  Howard’s  ‘Call  Me  Maybe’.  I   would  give  the  CD  a  7/10  rating  as   some  of  the  artists  aren’t  that   well  known.  

Live  Lounge   Radio  1   compilation   album   Becki  Sullivan  9TI2 Radio  1’s  latest   album  ‘Live  Lounge  2012’  contains  the   best  pop  acts  of  the  year  singing  songs   live  from  the  studio.  The  best  thing   about  this  album  is  that  it  is  good  to   hear  artists  singing  other  artists  songs   live.   My  favourite  tracks  on  the  CD  are   Connor  Maynard’s  ‘Starships’  and  Ben   Howard’s  ‘call  me  maybe’.  I  would  give   the  CD  a  7/10  rating  as  some  of  the   artists  aren’t  that  well  known.

GAMING FIFA  13

MUSIC Ceremonials  Florence  and   the  Machine Caleb  King  9EU1

Radio  1’s  latest   album  ‘Live   Lounge  2012’   contains  the   best  pop  acts  

Tom,  Dom  and  Owen   9AT1   If  you’re  looking  for   an  exciting,  realistic   football  game  then   FIFA  13  is  your   answer!  FIFA  13  offers   more  gameplay  options  than  its   prequel,  offering  skills  games  and  being   able  to  support  your  club.  The  FIFA   franchise  has  already  amazed  us  with   games  like  FIFA  street  and  we  think  this   game  may  just  live  up  to  its   expectations.

Borrow  don’t   buy! OLC  Manager  Miss  Rymell  says,   “If  you’re  interested  in  reading   these  books  you  don’t  have  to   miss  out  as  we  have  Gone  by   Michael  Grant  and  Private   Peaceful  by  Michael  Morpurgo   ready  to  borrow.”   “Also,  did  you  know  the  most   borrowed  book  from  the  OLC  is   the  Diary ��of  a  Wimpy  Kid?  It’s  a   great  read,  see  the  Librarian  to   reserve  a  copy.”

Ten  great  reads   for  2013 Emerald  Star Jacqueline  Wilson

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Cool  Science  Tricks  50   Fantastic  Feats  for  Kids  of   All  Ages Daniel  Tatarsky Chitty  Chitty  Bang  Bang  2:   The  Race  Against  Time Frank  Cottrell  Boyce Young  Sherlock  Holmes  5:   Snake  Bite Andrew  Lane Under  My  Hat:  Tales  from   the  Cauldron Neil  Gaiman,  Holly  Black,   Garth  Nix The  World  of  David   Walliams David  Walliams The  Wizard  of  Crescent   Moon  Mountain  Elven   Resurrection Oldman  Brook The  Hobbit  Companion David  Day Ratburger David  Walliams Oblivion Anthony  Horowitz

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Na onal  Poetry  Day We  celebrated  National  Poetry  Day  on  the  4th  of  October  this  year.    From  our  earliest  days,  the  poetry  of   stars  surrounds  us.  We  look  at  the  stars  and  see  stories  in  the  constellations,  our  scientific  selves  boggle  at   the  concept  of  interstellar  travel  and  we  steal  the  stars’  metaphorical  power  to  name  our  cultural  heroes.  How   to  express  this  wonder,  if  not  in  poems?  What  do  you  think  of  our  very  own  star  poems?

In  the  night  sky By  Jessica  Burnside  and    Molly   Nicholson In  the  night  sky Shooting  stars  flew  by They  sparkled  in  the  moonlight It  was  a  beautiful  night

In  the  night  sky The  stars  danced  up  high They  danced  so  gracefully I  love  the  stars!

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Bright  Star! John  Keats  1795–1821 Bright  star!  would  I  were  steadfast  as  thou  art  – Not  in  lone  splendour  hung  aloft  the  night And  watching,  with  eternal  lids  apart, Like  nature’s  patient,  sleepless  Eremite, The  moving  waters  at  their  priestlike  task Of  pure  ablution  round  earth’s  human  shores, Or  gazing  on  the  new  soft-fallen  mask Of  snow  upon  the  mountains  and  the  moors  – No  –  yet  still  steadfast,  still  unchangeable, Pillowed  upon  my  fair  love’s  ripening  breast, To  feel  for  ever  its  soft  fall  and  swell, Awake  for  ever  in  a  sweet  unrest, Still,  still  to  hear  her  tender-taken  breath, And  so  live  ever  –  or  else  swoon  to  death.


Armistice  Day This  year,  we  asked  tutor  groups  to  design  a  commemorative  product  for  Remembrance   Day.  The  poppy  is  the  lasting  symbol  of  those  who  have  given  their  lives  in  wars  both  past   and  current,  and  it  was  the  inspiration  for  many  wonderful  and  thought-provoking  designs.   Students  in  Key  Stage  3  spent  a  Skills  session  looking   into  the  history  of  the  poppy  as  a  symbol  of   Remembrance  Day.  In  groups  they  were  asked  to   create  alternative  'poppy  designs'.  Students  spent  time   researching  and  discussing  possible  ideas  for  their  

For  the  Fallen They  went  with  songs  to  the  battle,  they  were  young. Straight  of  limb,  true  of  eyes,  steady  and  aglow. They  were  staunch  to  the  end  against  odds  uncounted, They  fell  with  their  faces  to  the  foe. They  shall  grow  not  old,  as  we  that  are  left  grow  old: Age  shall  not  weary  them,  nor  the  years  condemn. At  the  going  down  of  the  sun  and  in  the  morning, We  will  remember  them. They  mingle  not  with  their  laughing  comrades  again;; They  sit  no  more  at  familiar  tables  of  home;; They  have  no  lot  in  our  labour  of  the  day-time;; They  sleep  beyond  Englands  foam.

Ollie  King  (8T)

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WHAT  HAS  BECOME  OF   CHRISTMAS?   Now  that  the  crackers  have  been  pulled,  the  turkey  has  been  eaten  and  the  mince  pies   have  been  scoffed,  8EU2  offers  their  thoughts  on  the  Christmas  celebra ons. Is  it  all  about  the  money?

most  KS3  pupils  receive  an  expensive  Apple  product  for   Christmas.  When  year  8  were  asked,  some  felt  pressured   Originally,  Christmas  was  about  Jesus,  Mary  and  Joseph  -   when  asked  about  their  presents,  and  felt  the  need  to   the  bible  story.   boast  or  even  lie  about  what  they  received  on  the  big   day. So  when  did  Christmas  change? Every  year,  the  amount  of  money  spent  on  Christmas   rises  dras cally.  Every  year  adverts  become  more   demanding,  are  placed  in  between  children's   programmes  and  every  year  children  think  they  want   more  and  more.  So  now,  when  the  children  only  think   about  presents,  the  parents  are  only  thinking  about   stress. One  parent  said  "it's  got  out  of  hand  and  it's  bad   for  parents  on  their  own.  It  would  be  be er  if   Christmas  wasn't  all  about  money,  and  instead   about  going  to  see  family  and  friends  to   celebrate  this  occasion  that  only  comes  once  a   year  and  to  celebrate  the  birth  of  Jesus."

"it's  got  out  of  hand  and  it's   bad  for  parents  on  their  own.  It   would  be  be er  if  Christmas   wasn't  all  about  money…” However,  can  spending  money  do  good?   Christmas  money  is  spent  on  nice  presents  and  a   lovely  meal  and  it  can  bring  families  together.   People  can  show  how  much  they  care  and  love   each  other.  Also,  In  the  Bible,  Jesus  got   presents! But  is  this  the  best  way  to  show  you  care  for   your  family?  On  average,  £112  is  spent  on  each   person,  the  main  Christmas  meal  costs  £67  and  

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Overall,  we  think  that  the  most  important  thing  aspect  of   Christmas  is   me  spent  with  your  family  and  friends  and  a   chance  to  reflect  on  the  Christmas  story,  not  a   compe on  about  how  much  is  spent.   Most  wanted  Christmas  gi s:    iPad  4,  Kindle  Fire  and   smart  phones  are  gi s  all  priced  well  above  £100  each.


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FEEDBACK It’s  now  over  to  you!  This  is  your  chance  to  help  us  improve  future  issues  of  House  (that’s   going  to  be  a  tough  job!)  What  did  you  like?  Perhaps  you  could  think  of  some  new  items/ features  that  you’d  like  to  see?   By  le ng  us  have  your  comments  we  can  judge  what  worked  well  and  what  we  can  add  next   me.

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