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YOUNGSTERS from a Northwood School went to the publishing party of a book for which they had written.
Five pupils from St Martin's School in Moor Park Road won a competition to have their work published in an anthology called Wild 'n' Free, set up by a publishers to encourage youngsters to write.
Two of them - Thomas Bailey and Neelai Patel - were lucky enough to go to the book launch.
BOYS at St Martin's School in Northwood were regaled with tales of life in Roman Britain when a re-enactment company stopped by.
The 10 and 11-year olds got the chance to dress up as soldiers and watched a weaponry display involving slingshot, arrows and javelin.
A TEACHER from Northwood has penned a children's book in support of two animal rescue charities.
Linda Flynn (pictured), head of English at St Martin's School, is the brains behind Hate At First Bite, which will raise vital funds for Animal Rescue Care (ARC) and the Mayhew Animal Home.
The book, aimed at six to nine-year-olds, tells the story of Dude, a rescue dog who embarks on an adventure to the circus, after striking up an unlikely alliance with a cat.
THE composer who penned the theme tune for one of Britain's best loved soap operas gave a music masterclass to pupils at a Northwood school.
Composer Simon May, the brains behind the iconic Eastenders' theme song, visited St Martin's School on November 11 to offer advice to more than 70 pupils and answer questions about his career.
PUPILS at St Martin's School in Northwood proved their mettle as budding investors for the future by taking part in a fantasy stock exchange competition.
During the final few weeks of term before the summer holidays, year eight boys at the school, in Moor Park Road, played an online game which encourages children to invest 'piggybank' cash on the Stock Exchange, to develop their understanding of stocks and shares.
Student Prahalad Prasad (pictured far left), is currently in second place after doubling his original ÃÂ£500 fund.