For decades, the stories of author Roald Dahl have been a staple of growing up for millions of children, and pupils at Lightwater Village School showed that tradition remains as strong as ever as they took part in celebrations for the centenary of his birth last week.
The enduring power of Roald Dahl’s grip on the imagination of children and adults was demonstrated at Wheatfield and Windmill Primary Schools last week as youngsters – and the not so young – took part in a day of activities to mark the centenary of the author’s birth.
Traditional playground sounds of children shouting could soon be drowned out by something more melodic at one local primary school after the installation of outdoor musical instruments.
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