Malkin Moonlight Mini-Challenge Winners

Thank you to all those who submitted an entry for the Malkin Moonlight mini-challenge. Judging was once again a challenge but we have selected winners and runners up as follows:




This month we have joint winners: Burnham-on Crouch Primary who made their Malkin’s Journey into an interactive game and Felsted Primary who made good use of recycled materials and incorporated quotations from the story.

“The children wanted to create Malkin’s journey in stages based on what they felt were two distinct parts of the book- The first half where we learn about his past, he meets Roux and helps animals in need. The second half where he arrives at the Recycling Centre and brings together the Putrescibles with the rest of the cats.  They wanted to use material and create a collage to represent the idea of recycling” (Felsted).

The Runners up are: Belle Vale for their beautifully painted cats and thoughtful use of colour, Mortimer for use of texture and clearly defined areas, Woodville for their impressive 3D construction, Parsloes for their beautifully presented, clear journey and The Federation of Greenways School for bright and colourful displays from all four Gladiator teams!

All runners up will receive a copy of I swapped My Brother on the Internet from Bloomsbury with Book Bundles for the overall winners.

Please post your entries as Updates now that the competition is over for all to see.

Well done everyone. Hope you enjoy Hurricane!