Rhyming bonanza for National Poetry Day at St Mary’s Primary School in Great Dunmow

PUBLISHED: 17:07 18 October 2016 | UPDATED: 17:07 18 October 2016

A graffiti artist came and scribbled famous quotes on St Mary's Primary School in Dunmow for National Poetry Day.

A graffiti artist came and scribbled famous quotes on St Mary's Primary School in Dunmow for National Poetry Day.

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Schoolchildren in Dunmow learnt about poems from haikus to The Owl and the Pussycat for National Poetry Day.

A graffiti artist came and scribbled famous quotes on St Mary's Primary School in Dunmow for National Poetry Day. A graffiti artist came and scribbled famous quotes on St Mary's Primary School in Dunmow for National Poetry Day.

Pupils at St Mary’s Primary School read poetry to their parents and even found that famous quotes had been graffitied on school buildings.

Each year group focussed on different styles and eras – year three looked at the stone age and year five looked at Indian poems.
One child said: “This school has gone poetry crazy.”


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