‘Let no one steal your dreams’ poem poster

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This inspiring poem is perfect for leavers’ assembly – or could be used to encourage any child or adult striving to achieve a dream.

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  1. Arpit Singh
    on 19 May 2019


    I'm so happy for you guys have given me a wonderful poem. Thank you

    5out of 5
  2. sophie d
    on 8 April 2019


    it made my day

    5out of 5
    on 2 September 2015


    Last year of primary school ( crying)

    5out of 5
  4. Zaylie
    on 21 July 2015

    A very nice and calming poem

    I read this at my year 6 leavers assembly and then let a balloon go into the sky.

    5out of 5
  5. Eloise
    on 26 May 2014


    I love the poem at school it was so heart touching

  6. cheryl
    on 11 August 2013

    A moving, magnificent poem

    had to read this at my year 6 leavers assemberly this year

  7. mrs jones
    on 29 July 2013

    Let no one steal your dreams

    Love the poem and its sentiments.As a school we used it in a handwriting competition and the children really engaged with it. Heard Sir John Jones speak a few years ago and he said that teachers are the weavers of dreams. One of the best things about teaching is to see former pupils growing towards their dreams. Thank you for the poster.

  8. Olivia
    on 21 July 2013

    A moving, magnificent poem

    I am reading this poem tomorrow @ my Y6 leavers assembly and am very grateful to be reading it. A fantastic thing to live by and treasure!

    on 12 June 2013


    well i thought this was pretty good, well done

    4/5 stars from me:)

    4out of 5
  10. peter dixson
    on 18 November 2012


    it is a very good poem

    5out of 5
  11. Eve
    on 20 July 2011

    Let no one steal your dreams

    This poem sounds like it would be very good for child from about 7 years and over because it rhyms which makes it easy to read. I enjoyed the poem myself. i love the poem and give it 5 stars.

    5out of 5
  12. Meesy
    on 4 July 2011

    Let no-one steal your dreams.

    A beautiful poem and perfect for my Y6 Leavers party. Am going to have laminated copies on each table and have it read aloud. Following the poem the children have chosen to sing "Don't stop me now" by Queen.