World Book Day 2021
This year, World Book Day, on Thursday 4th March 2021, took place remotely.
Click this image to see our World Book Day message from Miss Moulden and all the children and staff in school.
Story Time with your Class Teachers
Story Time with Miss Moulden
Thursday 4th March
Wednesday 3rd March.
Week 1: Bringing Books To Life
This week we want you to show us how you bring your favourite books to life. You could do this by reading together with a potato or wooden spoon transformed into your favourite book character, or you could create your favourite book in a bottle or shoe box? You could read dressed up like someone from a book? Let your imagination run wild! Send your photos to Mrs Swire ~ email@example.com
Click the 'Show your shares' link above if you want find out more.
World Book Day Photo Gallery
Here are some photos of the children, staff and Governors reading/sharing their favourite stories, on and around World Book Day 2021.
Here is a special treat - Red Riding Hood and the Big Bad Wolf (aka Sahil and Aliza) performed for us today! Click the photo to watch them in action.
Author Events Photo Gallery
It is wonderful to see the children enjoying the Author workshops both in school and at home.
Story time with Class Teachers
Here the Key Worker children are enjoying listening to stories read by different class teachers.
The World Book Day 'Share A Story Corner' videos have familiar characters and easy to follow stories.
Sharing stories boosts creativity and imagination, improves wellbeing, is a positive experience for everyone and is great fun!
Click the link below to go to the World Book Day website to share a story with your child
Follow this link to find even more stories to listen to:
Personal Book Challenge
There are five weeks in the second half of the Spring Term.
Use these weeks to try to complete all of these reading tasks in your own personal Book Bingo challenge (You will get a printed version from school).
Top 25 Books
Thinking of buying a book? Click the images below to find out the top 25 books that have been recommended by the public.