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Poetry Competition

Posted on March 16 2018

Poetry Competition

We often celebrate poetry within lessons at Forest Park, but our annual Forest Park poetry competition really takes things to the next level!  Children learn a poem off by heart and perform it in a class heat. One from each house then goes forward to the final to represent their house in the whole-school competition.

The National Curriculum introduced poetry recital from memory in 2014, partly as an aid to developing fluency in reading, which has a significant impact on comprehension, and partly because the then-Education Secretary believed that to learn a poem by heart is to ‘own a great work of art forever’.  

All the children have valuable public-speaking opportunities in low-pressure class environments to help rid them of nerves in later life. Our worthy winners, demonstrating wonderful fluency and excellent feats of memory were Tatton & Moreton – our first House draw!

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