Week#12 – The Night Zoo Keeper

Good evening and welcome back to the Night Zoo. You join us here in dark times I am afraid. The evil Lord of Nulth has declared war on imagination and his reign of terror is in danger of destroying the Night Zoo and creativity once and for all.

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The Night Zoo needs your help! Your first task is to watch and listen carefully to this short story about the Lord of Nulth.

Video not playing? You can read the story here or watch it on Vimeo

Now complete the story by writing 100 words, beginning with:

He was shocked to find…

Tips: Remember to describe what is in the sack and explain what happens to the Lord of Nulth and his guards after he opens it.

Good luck young zookeepers!

One lucky writer will win a Night Zookeeper Fan Club membership pack delivered to their school. Five showcase winners will also receive a special surprise for their wonderful writing this week! 

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Notes for students and teachers

Night Zookeeper have just launched a brand new creative game!

Join thousands of other creative young people on nightzookeeper.com to invent more magical animals and write stories about their adventures.

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Week#11

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On 11th November each year, people remember those who have died fighting in wars and conflicts. This year we are commemorating the centenary of World War I. The prompt this week is:

…Remember…

You might like to write about how it felt to be left at home worrying; you may want to write about how it felt to go away from your loved ones and fight in a foreign land; you may like to write a poem about how you feel on Remembrance Day.

If you live in the UK, you may have visited the poppy display at the Tower of London. As always you have 100 words. Please think carefully and seriously about your work.

The form will close on 15th November at 23.45 GMT

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