World Book Day 2018
What a huge effort everyone made to celebrate ‘World Book Day’. The costumes were amazing and we felt very lucky to have such creative children in our school.
‘View from a Book’ Competition
Thank you to everyone that entered their special unique view when reading. The school librarians had an extremely tough role as judges alongside Mrs Turnbull and Miss Naseby. A winner from each year group walked away with a special certificate, a £10 book token and ultimately a smile on their face. Thank you again for all the effort and happy reading – Miss Wilson.
Low Fell Art Competition
We have entered a whole school worth of fantastic illustrations as part of the local library ‘World Book Day’ competition.
Certificates have been given to all of the children who entered the art competition and also a letter from our external judge, Zoe Scott for participating in this fantastic competition.
Letters were sent out to the parents of the four winners of the competition:-
Nina – Year 3
Hannah – Year 3
Nalani – Year 5
Stella – Year 5
Six’ highly commended’ certificates were awarded to the runner-ups:-
Emily – Year 6
Lola – Year 5
Dulcie – Year 6
Ben – Year 4
Anya – Year 5
Alana – Year 4
Everyone in Kells Lane celebrated World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite book characters. As you can see there were some amazing costumes! A massive thank you to everyone for making such a huge effort…
Reading buddies – in the afternoon the year 6 children read with early years and year 3 children.
World Book Day 2016
We had an amazing World Book Day event this year, with lots of characters visiting our school from ‘The Cat in the Hat’ to ‘Harry Potter’. World Book Day took place on Thursday 3rd March 2016 and to help celebrate we invited invite everyone to dress as their favourite book character for the day.
The children and staff alike had a wonderful time dressing up, and it was great to see the whole school come together in an assembly to celebrate this national event.
Year 6 played hosts to Year 1 children in the afternoon when they shared their own story writing as well as reading books to their younger peers. It was a special moment for our Year 1 children as they ventured ‘to the world unknown’.
World Book Day celebrates the joy and value of books and reading, especially for children. A special day to remember for all.