Sarah Ebner, one of our national judges of Dream a Big Dream gives Sam Ruddock, one of our supporting athletes, chance to give thanks to his mum for supporting his dream.
I hope that all children have dreams, whether they are big (to “run the world”) or on a slightly more realistic level (my seven-year-old son aspires to be a sweetshop owner). A new writing competition (perfect fodder for half-term) recommends asking your child to write about his or her dreams – and win a prize for doing so.
Dream a Big Dream is aimed at 9-14 year olds and calls for them to write up to 750 words explaining what their dream might be.
To tie in with this competition, I have a guest post today from athlete Sam Ruddock. His dream was to run in the Paralympics and he did just that, at London 2012. Here he explains how his mother helped to make his dream come true.”In late September, I remember being home after the Paralympic Games and walking into the dining room where my mother was…
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