World Book Day
Thursday the 5th of March is World Book Day and to celebrate this we would like the children to dress up as an adjective (don’t worry this isn’t as challenging as it sounds!). If you’d like to bring a donation of £1 for School Funds it would be much appreciated. As well as lots of fun activities in school on the day, we will be holding a book swap on Friday the 6th of March during school hours where children can exchange one of their books for another.
Dress up as an adjective – Thursday the 5th of March
Come to school as your favourite adjective, for example:
sparkly – wear clothes with lots of glitter and sequins
happy – get a white t-shirt and cover it in smiley faces
joy – dress up as the character from Inside Out
Greek – wear a laurel headdress, a toga, and some sandals
accident-prone – put your arm in a sling, wrap your legs in bandages, make yourself a black eye with smeared eyeliner or eyeshadow and mess up your hair
heavenly or angelic – dress like an angel, with a halo and a white bathrobe
royal – dress like a king, prince, queen or princess
green – wear clothes in all different shades of green
Feel free to use as much hair spray and face paint as you’d like!
Book Swap – Friday the 6th of March
If your child would like to take part in this, please ask them to bring along an unwanted, age related book in good condition on Thursday the 5th of March. In return they will get a ticket that they can exchange for a new book at our book swap on Friday the 6th of March.
As ever, we are looking for good quality, age appropriate texts for our school library. If you are having a clear out and would like to donate some to us, they would be much appreciated. Thank you to those who have already donated.
Stuck for book ideas – check out Garstang Library or try The Booktrust’s ‘Bookfinder’ website for lists of age-appropriate books.