Pupils celebrate Roald Dahl

PUBLISHED: 15:00 02 October 2014

Students enjoying Roald Dahl day at Windwhistle Primary School

Students enjoying Roald Dahl day at Windwhistle Primary School


TO CELEBRATE children’s author Roald Dahl’s birthday, pupils held a week jam-packed with library activities.

Children were told a number of the author’s most famous children’s tales throughout the week of events.

They also got the chance to experiment with the art of origami, making a number of Fantastic Mr Fox heads.

Children also coloured in pictures of Roald Dahl’s most famous characters, from Matilda to Charlie and Willy Wonka from Charlie and The Chocolate Factory, and complete themed word searches.

The author was born in Cardiff but attended St Peter’s boarding school in Weston.

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