Friday, 25 February 2022

World Book Day at Broadford

Dear Parents & Carers,

World Book Day is on Thursday 3rd March 2022 this year and it is the 25th year of World Book Day celebrations.

Due to COVID, Broadford haven't been able to celebrate fully for 2 years so this year we are having a whole week of celebrating! We are going BIG!

Watch out for pictures of the week on our Instagram story! @broadfordprimary

Webinars, Live Stream and an introduction to our whole school text for the week: Into the Forest by Anthony Browne - Monday 28th February 2022

Children in EFYS and Year 5 & 6 will be watching a webinar with authors Lucy Walters and Jasbinder Bilan respectively. 

All year groups will be watching a live stream of Matilda.

Plus, Into the Forest will be introduced to KS2 via assembly and KS1 in their carpet time.

Webinars and more class book activities - Tuesday 1st March 2022

Year 1 & 2's turn for a webinar with author Steve Anthony!

Classes will continue to create work around the book Into the Forest.

We are Readers Class Swap - Wednesday 2nd March 2022

Classes will be paired up to enjoy some stories together throughout the day.

World Book Day Dress Up, Masked Reader, Sharing Assembly and Designing a Book Door - Thursday 3rd March

Children are invited to dress as a book character. Best dressed in each class will win a prize!

During the day classes will create a 'book door' and a winner will be chosen.

We will also be having a sharing assembly in the afternoon to share the work we will have been creating from the book Into the Forest.

Masked Reader time - one child per class has been chosen to record a short clip of them reading - can we guess who they are?

Webinars and Broadford's Big Book Swap - Friday 4th March

Year 3 & 4's turn for a webinar, with author Laura Mucha.

If you have books at home that you don't use anymore this is your chance for your child to bring them into school in exchange for a book token. This event will happen in the afternoon of Friday 4th March in pupil's classes. Donations can be taken into children's classes or to the office.

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