The children (and parents and carers) at Northop Hall School never cease to surprise us with their effort and ingenuity when we have events such as World Book Day in school. Pupils throughout the school came dressed as book characters and enjoyed a range of activities including book quizzes, story mapping and work linked to book characters.
We started our day with a 'read around' where members of staff chose a book to share and the children signed up to go to the story they wanted to hear most. Stories ranged from Percy the Park Keeper to the Queen's Knickers and Horrid Henry to extracts from Harry Potter.
We appreciate your support with events like this as it raises the profile of books and reading.
Some class pages have additional World Book Day photos and news.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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