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Carnigie Drama
On Tuesday 29th, David (insert last name here) will come into our school and the Carnegie Shadowers will be brought into the iBase to do some drama work and other activities which are going to help us introduce each of the books and a bit about each one. The people who did it last year replied with saying that David was a very fun person and we would like to see him again. Hope it goes well. - By Ahrus Asim
Posted on: 28 Apr 2014

Reading Rollercoaster
Our Carnegie Shadowers have taken out some books from the iBase to read over the 2 week Easter holidays. At least everyone has read one book which is good and now we are going to see who has read the most books. Let's see how well we are doing and who has read the most...
Posted on: 23 Apr 2014

Book worms.
I have decided that as Dixons Trinity Academy we need a few book worms. To work our way through this, I have decided that the Carnegie shadowers (during a meeting) must say how many books they have read. Then the top 5 who have read the most books will be represented as our "Carnegie Shadowing Book Worms". The entire school could have one too but count how many books they have taken out from the ibase and choose 10 instead of 5 so it's fair - By Amy Denton
Posted on: 07 Apr 2014

carnegie update
A quick message for the Dixons trinity academy Carnegie participators I would like to inform you of the picture take on the 7th april 2014 please make sure you come, if you have any questions queries or concerns please contact miss Brett (there will be no permission letters handed out) - by Oakley haley
Posted on: 02 Apr 2014

Many thanks
I would like to Thank all of our Carnegie shadowers for participating and helping show how important it is to develop our reading skills. I would also like to congratulate over 75% of the Carnegie Shadowers for completing at least one of the Carnegie books
Posted on: 02 Apr 2014

Carnegie Conference Calls...
The Carnegie Awards 2014. On Tuesday the 18th of March at DEAR Time anyone who wanted to do the “Carnegie shadowing” was asked to meet in the iBase for a meeting/conference. Miss Barker and Miss Brett set this up for the Book Fest that has been happening this month. 8 books were shortlisted for the Carnegie Award including the 2 times award winning author who has wrote many books. Anne Fine! People who are doing it only have 3 months to read a minimum of 4 books and the announced winner of the Carnegie award is going to be on Monday 23 June 2014. They will have meeting every DEAR time on Mondays, and will get to do discussions, book reviews and some people will be managing the Dixons Trinity Carnegie Awards 2014 website by writing blogs, book reviews, magazines, videos etc. The shortlisted 8 books for the CILIP Carnegie Medal 2014 shortlist are: • All the Truth That's in Me by Julie Berry (Templar) • The Bunker Diary by Kevin Brooks (Puffin) • The Child's Elephant by Rachel Campbell-Johnston (David Fickling Books) • Ghost Hawk by Susan Cooper (Bodley Head) • Blood Family by Anne Fine (Doubleday) • Roof toppers by Katherine Rundell (Faber & Faber) • Liar & Spy by Rebecca Stead (Andersen Press) • The Wall by William Sutcliffe (Bloomsbury)
Posted on: 29 Mar 2014