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World Book Day 2021

Children took part in World Book Day in their bubbles on Thursday 4th March. Below you can see some photographs of the children taking part in World Book Day activities.



Year 2 – Miss Heslop

Year 3/4

Mrs Irwin & Miss Jamieson

The children in Y3/4HI listened to a selection of audio books, designed a book token and made their own bookmark. They also had a world book day quiz to complete in Maths which tested their problem-solving skills in a fun way.

The children enjoyed completing a reading book scavenger hunt at the end of the day where they had to find certain items or characters within an individual book. They really enjoyed this activity.

In Y3/4LJ, the children enjoyed choosing their favourite book in the classroom and sharing it with a friend.  They enjoyed completing a World Book Day Maths quiz and had lots of fun designing their own book tokens.  At the end of the day, the children followed videos by illustrator Rob Biddulph to recreate some of his characters and his World Book Day bookmarks.

Year 4 – Miss True

Year 5 – Miss Lindsay

Year 6 – Miss Murray

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