“The room was warm and clean, the curtains drawn …” the classic short tale of ‘The Lamb to the Slaughter’ unfolded lesson by lesson throughout the day as students took part in shared reading.
As part of World Book Day our readers in Year 7 to 9 enjoyed this ‘story with a twist’ from the celebrated author, Roald Dahl, learning of a very usual murder weapon and an ingenious way of disposing of it!
TNHA are holding a non-uniform day on Friday 13 March (£1 cash payable on entry to the academy by students taking part).
A ‘fun run’ will also take place during Lesson 5 (students wishing to join in must bring an additional £1 cash payable on the way to the sports field before starting the run). Trainers are essential! Those not taking part will continue with usual lessons.
We are certain you will join us in wishing Pale Tulip well in her appearance at Crufts! The ‘Bond-Green’ family, who have two children studying at TNHA, admit to being “total novices”. However, this gorgeous ‘home bred’ puppy qualified for the ‘big league’ at her first ever championship show.
French Bulldogs are classed as a utility breed and she will appear in the ‘minor puppy’ class for those aged 6 to 9 months. TNHA students & staff have no doubt she will simply ' steal the show'!
Pale Tulip (left) with her sister Penny Rose