To celebrate World Book Day, all of the children were invited to come to school dressed as a storybook character. The children were full of excitement as they came into school and saw their friends and teachers dressed up. Upper Key Stage 2 dressed in characters from the story “Holes” by Louis Sachar. Year 6 really loved the story when they studied it in English so we had characters such as the evil warden, the inmates and even the yellow lizard!
We had a range of characters from Mary Poppins, Horrid Henry, Harry Potter, dinosaurs, princesses, skeletons and even some ice-hockey players!
As part of our effort to create a legacy of readers, all the children chose a new book from a selection as well as receiving their world book day voucher.
It didn’t stop there, Year 1 linked their maths to a challenge to finding a book title and all the children took part in book-related activities in the afternoon. The children were so keen to read their new books, it was lovely to see.
Our Multi Academy Trust is a family of schools, who are genuinely committed to collaborative working, sharing the same vision and values and placing children at the heart of every decision we take.
By working together, we will strive to create a genuine partnership that all of our pupils, staff, governors and wider stakeholders are proud to be part of.
We are child-centred, inclusive and ambitious. We expect everyone to act with integrity and be courteous, polite and kind at all times. We value our staff and invest extensively in training.
These values enable us to deliver a high-quality education that not only encourages curiosity, but equips our pupils with the academic outcomes, confidence, ambition and skills to contribute positively to our community and society in general.