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Coventry’s poet Laureate, Emilie Lauren Jones, visits Broad Heath to work with the young ambassadors.

Our young ambassadors were lucky enough to spend a fabulous afternoon writing poetry with Emilie Lauren Jones. They started by writing haikus and then moved on to write rengas which are similar to haikus.
Their work was amazing, inspired by Emilie and their terrific teamwork.
If you would like to see the children performing their poems live, please come to the Japanese Peace Garden at the Memorial Park on Sunday 23rd April at 11.30am. You will be in for a treat!

7 responses to “Coventry’s poet Laureate, Emilie Lauren Jones, visits Broad Heath to work with the young ambassadors.”

  1. Najma O.

    I wish i was there but I hope they had fun .

  2. Tana I.

    I wish I was an ambassador.I am so jealous because my sister is one.

  3. Tipian I.

    Wow it was amazing.
    We got to make our own haiku poem with a two special visitor one who just came from Japan abroad and a Coventry poet er who got her title this was a great opportunity to show B-road Heath values I’m soo excited to perform it and is really gratefully thank you for this .

  4. Hanfaa N.

    i had really enjoyed it and it was so fun learning how to write a haiku.

  5. Miski M.

    Thank you Emily for this amazing opportunity to work with you at Broad Heath. I really enjoyed writing a haiku and rhyming couplets.

  6. Zeyd H.

    I really enjoyed working with Emilie Lauren Jones to work on my haikus and rengas.

  7. Mohammed W.

    Thank you Emily Lauren Jones for coming to Broad Heath.I enjoyed making a regu with my partner.

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