World Book Day 2024

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Reading is magic!

Welcome to our our World Book Day page where we will share activities, videos and our special NB Family Quiz for you to take part in.

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Activities in school

There are lots of exciting things planned in school this week to help us to celebrate World Book Day. KS1 and LKS2 are inviting you into school for a ‘Come and read’ session. They will take place from Tuesday – Thursday from 8.40 – 9.10. Please see the timetable below for your child’s class. This is an opportunity to come into class and share a story with your child.

Tuesday: Y1 children

Wednesday: Y3 in LKS2 classrooms/Y4 in the hall

Thursday: Y2 children

Please come send your child into school as normal, they will hang their coats up and then meet you in the hall to share a story.

Our children in UKS2 will have the opportunity to visit EYFS to share stories with our youngest children.

On Wednesday, each phase will take part in a carousel of activities with teachers from their key stage. On Friday, the children will have the opportunity to listen to a story read by a teacher from another class.

Themed Day

To end our magical week, on Friday 8th March, we’re inviting the children and staff to dress up as a magical creature, witch, wizard or anything or anyone they see as magic! There is no cost for this event. If children don’t wish to take part, they can come to school in their uniform.

World Book Day Family Quiz

This year, we have created a quiz to answer together as a family. This quiz can be accessed via the link below. The quiz will be online until Tuesday 5th March. Winners will be announced on Friday 8th March on this page so keep your eyes peeled.

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World Book Day competition

This year, our World Book day competition is to decorate a potato as a book character or even characters. Please bring your entries into school by Thursday. This year there will also be a staff and parent competition. Be as creative as you can! Winners will be announced on Friday and pictures will be shared on this page. Staff entries will be on display in the KS1 playground on Thursday morning. Please come over and cast your vote. Mrs Barker and Mr Griffiths will be there to help out.

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World Book Day website

This website contains lots of lovely acitivities and video clips of different authors sharing their favourite books. https://www.worldbookday.com/. Resources will be shared during our ‘Come and read’ sessions, but you can also find them in the parent section of the world book day website.

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