This beautiful story about village life, written by a newly arrived young asylum seeker, powerfully mixes the past with dreams for the future. It was written at the SSF as part of a collaborative workshop organised by the 19th Biennale of Sydney and you can read it here.
During term 4, 2013 a group of students from Darlington PS year 4/5 completed a series of five workshops during which they created a Radio with Pictures story. Each story is a combination of words, images and sound effects. You will find two versions of each story; one with illustrations by the student, the second […]
Sue’s sisters and brothers were always ignoring her when she talks to her brothers and sisters. She was getting a little worried about getting left out. So her sisters and brothers went on a vacation to somewhere far away from the Giant’s cave. Sue decided to leave her cave for the first time. Before, Sue […]
Jade’s Krazy Invention Click on the link to read all about this kkrraazzyy invention! Special thanks to artist Ilona Tar for her contribution. Tune in every week for a new post!
Crystal was reading a book about how to be a hero in her bedroom. She always wanted to be a hero because she was born to be a hero. As a hero she was called cat girl because her mum is a cat and her dad is a human. I shall now go out to […]