World Book Day 2023 celebrated in style
Pupils and staff from across our Group transformed themselves into their favourite characters in celebration of World Book Day. Here are the highlights from the day.
Ashbrooke School kick-started their day with a variety of activities, including reading aloud in class, exploring the school library, choosing new books from their vending machine and enjoying a reading session with parents and carers.
At Bridgeway School, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum, Alice In Wonderland, The Hungry Caterpillar, Dennis the Menace and others were brought to life.
Chilworth House School took part in decorating your door competition, enjoyed a special story time and even got musical with a World Book Day-themed music lesson.
Classes from Lavender Lodge School celebrated in true style, dressed in traditional fairy-tale costumes.
Pontville School also got stuck into various activities and shared their passion for reading.
Dressed to impress, pupils and staff from Queensmead House School celebrated the day with a costume competition, wrote a book of jokes and created a cosy reading corner where they could enjoy a 'Snuggle and Read Day.'
Pupils and staff from The Eaves Learning Centre certainly pulled out all the stops with their costumes.
Dressed to impress, the characters were really brought to life at The Grange Learning Centre.
At Oakwood Learning Centre, there was a buzz of excitement in the air as books were recommended and exchanged, plus their Reading Champions visited primary classes to read aloud, and they even enjoyed listening to stories from the 'Masked Reader!'
Deputy Head Teacher Carrie Fraser commented:
"We are so proud of our Reading Champions, who represented the school and confidently demonstrated their reading skills for World Book Day."
Well done, everyone!
Pupils and staff from Westmorland School celebrated with an array of mixed activities including researching their own scientist and dressing up as them to entering a competition on How to Train your Dragon.