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Reading Week 2017

 

In March The whole school celebrated Reading Week and World Book Day, with a marvellous mix of events and competitions.

Assemblies had a reading theme, raffle tickets where given to anyone ‘caught reading’ and students were fantastically creative and wrote their own dynamic book openings. To reinforce our reading message, posters promoting famous stories appeared in the most unlikely of places.

reading week 2017

As you can see, many members of staff joined in the fun on World Book Day and dressed as their favourite book character. The Library hosted A World Book Day party, where girls proved that books can take you anywhere in the world … and beyond and tried for prizes in the Which Book Are You In? and Title Twisters competitions.

Finally, at three periods throughout World Book Day, the whole school Dropped Everything and Read … a lovely way for everyone to relax and read and really get into their favourite stories.

Many congratulations to these Reading Week competition winners:

CREATIVE WRITING COMPETITION

To be announced soon!

WHICH BOOK ARE YOU IN?

  • Lucy Ma 7GA
  • Meriel Westlake7SG
  • Katie Pietroni 8GB

TITLE TWISTERS

  • Emma Knight 7GA
  • Shannon Menteath 8SH
  • Connie Urbany Welch 8SH
  • Charlotte Stenning 9GA

GET CAUGHT READING RAFFLE

  • Daisy Cooper 7GB
  • Isla Vero 7KD

 

Re-home your books, donate to the school library

Spring is traditionally the time for redecorating and decluttering, so if your child finds that they have books they no longer need, do please consider donating them to the Library.

The Library always loves to receive Young Adult fiction that is in good condition: it is another great way of ensuring that students benefit from the widest possible choice in reading. Any titles we cannot use will be sent to charities.

So let us offer a new home for your books.

MRS HALL, LIBRARIAN


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