The aim of the week is to celebrate our love of reading.
This is complemented by some whole-school projects to help us promote our connections across grades:
Tuesday 13 March:
- Sara Hirsch, a Spoken Word Educator will be visiting and presenting in an assembly as well as conducting workshops with smaller groups. Please see her website for further information: http://www.sarahirsch.co.uk/
Friday 16 March:
- We will be welcoming illustrator and book author Kęstutis Kasparavičius. However, as time is limited, this will be with a smaller group of children.
Second-hand Book Sale:
- We will be hosting a second hand-book sale during that week. Students will be able to bring some pocket money and buy a book during their library time - most will be around 10c -20c. We are asking for donations to this sale of any books that you are no longer reading. You can drop these off with your class teacher or at the library at any point before book week starts. Proceeds will be donated to a charity which is yet to be decided.
- This year we have decided to use the week to create book-themed costumes within our classes; so no need for additional costume preparation.