Created and published by Bubble D students 

Term 1  

 September/October 2020 

A day in the life of Green Labyrinth

Induction Programme September 2020 

Edited by Sara Amawi
Lead GCSE English Tutor
For more info email: samawi@greenlabyrinth.uk 

Welcome back! 

What it was like coming back to Green Labyrinth? 

I was very anxious and nervous because I didn't know what the new coronavirus rules would be like. I also wasn’t sure if I would be able see my friends. I have really enjoyed my time in bubble D. I have made some new friends that I wouldn’t usu-ally make friends with. During induction we have learnt employability, English, Maths, discussed mental health, CV building and learning methods. 

Chelsi Tarrant 

Dyslexia awareness Day 8th of October 

Dyslexia is a learning difficulty that occurs mainly in reading and writing. However, Dyslexia doesn't affect only these skills. People with Dyslexia may have difficulty processing and remembering information they see and hear, which can affect learning and the acquisition of literacy skills.  

Georgi Rashkov 

Edited by Sara Amawi
Lead GCSE English Tutor
For more info email: samawi@greenlabyrinth.uk 

Welcome back! 

Abandoned Town  (Creative Writing task) 

The whole town was burning. The watch tower that did its best to keep the town safe, half reduced to rubble as the defenceless citizens of this once safe town. They struggled to get past the many charred bodies covering the path-ways and as the colossal dragon, that started its seemingly endless attack hours ago; swooped down for its final attack. It was destroying the rest of the watchtower, causing debris to tumble down onto the remaining townsfolk, killing most of them and severely injuring the rest. The lucky few managed to escape their long lost home, and into the endless fields. 

By Adam Batho