The annual ghost storytelling event took place in the library today. It was attended by 25 pupils, and a few staff members, with other folks passing by from time-to-time. In the short time (40 minutes) that we had nine pupils and the Librarian, Mrs Sinclair told their stories. The sentient trees discussing what to do with a human they captured was particularly unnerving. A few made up their stories on the spot, with one asking for a place and a time in history prior to telling of a ‘haunted’ mountain near the great Wall of China.
Pupils were asked to fill out evaluation sheets and comment.
It was good fun!
Could not be improved.
It was really fun. Maybe if it was longer, one a Friday perhaps.
Very fun, scary stories.
It was good.
Change the day.
Do this again.
Most agreed it was fun and gave 😊 or 😀 evaluations. There was agreement that the event needs more time, but we are somewhat limited to the 40 minutes we have for lunchtime, but in reality by the time folk get here, 30 minutes is the duration of the actual storytelling.