World Book Day – A ‘roaring’ success

Our focus for this year’s World Book Day was ‘reading for pleasure’.  While KS1 were participating in their daily phonics session and KS2 were in their guided readings sessions, the Nursery class were treated to their own reading session with the school’s own author, Mrs Bryan-Whyte, Headteacher.

The learners in years Reception to Year 6 particapted in a special assembly where some learners spoke about their costumes and the books the costumes were based on. Then the learners participated in the parade to show their costumes to the rest of the school.

Mrs Bryan-Whyte spoke about and read her first published book.  The book is called “My Nana is a Leopard” and is about her two granddaughters.  It was an interactive reading with the learners bring out their inner roars!

Please see below for just some of the many photographs taken on the day!

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