We celebrated a fantastic World Book Day on Thursday 1st March. Well done to all of you for your great costumes – everyone looked brilliant! The children took part in a range of book-themed activities, both in their own classes and across year groups/classes, and everyone looked to be having lots of fun. Mrs Conlon also led two assemblies (one for Reception, Year 1 & Year 2 and one for Years 3-6), where the children listened attentively to a story.
A huge thank you to everyone who entered our World Book Day Reading competition, the response was overwhelming. Well done to our winners who shared their winning entries with the school.
EYFS 1st Goncalo Faustino, RC, 2nd Kayla Lee Ping Sang, RR and 3rd Danae-Maria Konstantinou, RR. KS1 1st Nikhil Colaco, 1S, 2nd Raiya Matia, 2S and Yasmin Quaysom, 2C. KS2 1st Shaun Thevasothy, 6C, 2nd Matilda Cull, 4S and 3rd Amelia Thomas 3S.
Thank you Mrs Courtney for arranging this opportunity kindly assisted by Callie Beynon and Orla Butler.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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