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World Book Day 2023

World Book Day 2021

We may not have been able to celebrate together in school, as usual, but the photos above show that the occasion was nevertheless marked as creatively and as enthusiastically as ever! Thank you to all those families who sent in pictures. 

100 Book Reading Challenge

Reading Information Evenings - October 2019

Thank you to all those parents who attended our Infant and Junior Reading Information Evenings. We hope you found them useful. If you were unable to attend, a copy of the presentations and handouts can be found below. If you have any further questions, please see your child's class teacher or get in touch with Mrs Scott (Reading Leader).


World Book Day 2019


What a fantastic day we had! Thank you all so much for the effort you all put into the children's outfits. In the Infants, we started the day by opening our classrooms to family members and carers to share stories with children. Classes got together throughout the day and produced some fantastic work, shared books, designed new characters, created new books and enjoyed a lot of book talk. 


Children talked about their favourite books and talked about how they had 'shared a story' this year. 


The teachers all designed and made their own 'story in a box' and the School Council chose the winning entry: congratulations Miss Bradley on your amazing Harry Potter inspired box. 


World Book Day is truly one of our favourite days of the year and we thoroughly enjoyed it. We hope the children did too. 

Story in a Box

Our Book Recommendations


Below are lists of books that we, as teachers and readers, recommend for children in each Phase to read. If you have any suggestions, please let me know. 


Alex Marchant

Reading Subject Leader