Clevedon School pupil pens 60,000-word book
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A year 10 pupil at Clevedon School has written a 60,000-word book.
Janey Little dreams of becoming an author and has become an English ambassador for the school since completing the young adult story.
She has written a number of stories over the years touching on various genres including fantasy, but hopes her latest effort will inspire fellow students to take up creative writing.
Janey said: “Reading and writing is my passion.
“My own big dream is to be an author.
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“It would be wonderful to see other students writing their own books and novels.”
Jo Carrington, head of English at Clevedon School, added: “Janey is an inspiration and a brilliant ambassador for the school, and for English in general.
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“She will go far.”
Earlier this year, Clevedon School was named as a national centre for the English Speaking Board due to its success in the subject.