It’s fair to say that Horncastle Primary School haven’t been short of achievements during their involvement with the Young Journalist Academy.
The Young Journalist team at Horncastle Primary have used their newly learnt journalism skills to create a film about what it’s like to be part of their school’s news team.
Today I met with Horncastle’s new YJ team (watch the site for some articles from them!) as well as catching up with the LAFTA award winning Year 6 YJs. The school’s ‘History of Horncastle: World War Two’ film won an award in the Year 5 and 6 Non-fiction category at this year’s young film-makers awards. […]
http://youngjournalistacademy.co.uk/juniornews/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/Joshua-talks-to-Andy.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download Horncastle Primary’s Young Journalist team were recently given the chance to interview the makers of the LAFTA award winning film ‘Opheliac’. Sixth formers at Queen Elizabeth Grammar School in Horncastle, Chris Elmer, Andy Reid and Harry Elvin won the award for best production at the Lincolnshire Awards for Film, […]
There was a bit of a disappearing act going on at Horncastle Primary today…
Horncastle Primary School is home to a group of helpful young children called Peer Mediators who help out when it comes to problems in the playground.
Floods, gale force winds and power cuts have been affecting many people in the UK this winter
“It is a very important event for the grey seals at Donna Nook as it’s where they give birth to their pups.”
Bikeability is a cycling test held at schools across the UK for year 5 and 6’s.
Children in Need is taking part Friday 15th November 2013 and the aim is to raise money for children all over the UK who are in need.