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World Book Day 2017

In preperation for World Book Day each class has written and published their own book. This was then given to the children as a gift on World Book Day to celebrate each and every child in the school as a published author.  Each class has a blog post dedicated to this piece of work on our school blog and below each iframe below you can follow the link to these blog posts to comment on the children's efforts.



Reception  Book

Link to Blog Post 



Year 1  Book

Year 2  Book

Link to Blog Post

Year 3  Book

Year 4  Book

Year 5  Book

Year 6  Book

Link to Blog Post




World Book Day's of Past

We asked you do to a number of things to support World Book Day this year. The first of these was our Extreme Reading Competition in which you had to photograph your child reading in unusual places.

Extreme Reading

Below are the wiiners of the competition for KS1 and KS2... Both children won a £10 book token.


KS1 WINNER!!!!            Matilda Caffrey (Year 1)


KS2 WINNER!!!          Tyler Petch (Year 5)


Other contribuditions to the competition are below:







Poster Competition

KS1 WINNER!!! Max Petch (Year 2)

Runner Up - Benjamin Aikman (Year 1)

Runner Up - Max Lewis (Year 1)

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KS2 WINNER!!! Joseph Aikman (Year 5)

Runner Up - Mogan Harrison Wilsher (Year 4)

Runner Up - Kristian Astley (Year 4)



We also asked you do to contribute to our '101 Reasons to Read Blog'... We haven't quite managed to come up with 101 reasons quite yet but many of you have got us off to a great start. You can read our blog here.

The children worked hard in their classes on World Book Day itself to write a whole school story. Each class wrote a section of the story which you can read here.