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What a great day we had on Thursday, when Paul Geraghty came to visit. You'll find out more about his work with the children on the Class Newsfeeds for this week. In the meantime, here are a selection of the photos taken across the school day. You can see how engaged the children were and keen to learn how he gathered his ideas for his story writing and how he told his stories through his wonderful illustrations. To have the chance to be inspired by and work alongside a real author and illustrator is a fantastic opportunity we couldn't let the children miss out on!

We hope the attached gallery of photos capture some of the magic of the day.Enjoy!

A big thank you to Mrs Francis for organising the day for us all.

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