World Book Day

To celebrate World Book Day Year 7, Year 8 and staff came to school dressed as a character from a book. A huge thank you to everyone who took part, you all looked amazing!

There was a buzz of excitement all week as classes from Year 7 and 8 took part in a Book Tasting Experience lead by Mrs Casey and Miss Evans in the library. The students got to ‘taste’ books from 5 different genres then select their favourite one to borrow. Many were surprised by how much they liked a genre that they would not have previously considered. Anyone who borrowed a book throughout the week was entered into a prize draw. The lucky winners, who got to choose a book to take home, were Adelin Mwami (7HEM), Aden Surtees (8NIR) and Chelsea Isaias (8MAR).

During registration, the whole school took part in a book character quiz with the winning form receiving chocolate to share. It was a three way tie with 92% correct for 11RYC, 8MAR and 9MTH.

At break and lunch students were invited to take part in a book hunt around the library. A character quiz of 12 questions gave the students the clues they needed to then search the library and find each book. On each book was a letter that cracked the winning code. The four lucky winners were Weronika Burzynska (7ROW), Muznah Ramadhan (7STL), Ysabela Posadras (8CAF) and Harry Stanley (8GAL). They all got to choose a book to take home as their prize.

Students also enjoyed alphabet character quizzes, word searches and colouring in. A special thank you to the Year 10’s who came along to support in the library.

Aden Surtee (8NIR), Adelin Mwami (7HEM), Weronika Burzynska (7ROW),
Muznah Ramadhan (7STL), Harry Stanley (8GAL), Chelsea Isaias (8MAR) & Ysabela Posadras (8CAF).

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‘I liked World Book Day because we got to dress up in different costumes and we could do different activities and games that were fun!’

Nadia Bak-Zalugowicz

‘The thing I liked about World Book Day is how the library had set up a range of activities for students – not only to win prizes but for fun!’

Inaya Yasmin

‘I liked that there was a range of activities to take part in and it was really fun!’

Muznah Ramadhan

‘The books I tried were funny and I realised how easy it is to read a book.’

Laza Teklebirhan

‘I really enjoyed World Book Day, it was filled with fun and exciting activities – my favourite was the quiz in form.’

Katelyn Taylor