World Book Day – 2nd March

World Book DayThis year World Book Day will be 20 years old! We will be celebrating on Thursday 2nd March by inviting everyone to dress up as characters from Roald Dahl stories.

You could be George from George’s Marvellous Medicine, Matilda, the BFG or even one of the Twits.

There will be lots of activities taking place including ACE book quizzes and a scavenger hunt in the library. Also every child will be given a £1 World Book Day voucher to redeem a World Book Day or receive £1 off the price of a book at either Waterstones or WHSmith which are valid until 26th March.


Countdown to World Book Day

WBD Fest

World Book Day take place on Thursday 3rd March.

As part of the celebrations we are inviting children to bring a costume into school that relates to their class novel or book with a hook.

Children should wear their school uniform to school and can get changed into their costume when at school.

There will be activities in the library throughout the day and every child will receive a World Book Day voucher which they can exchange for a World Book Day book at a participating retailer or alternatively receive £1 off their purchase of any book or audio CD costing £2.99 or more.

Looking forward to seeing all those costumes!

World Book Day

WBD Fest

World Book Day is on Thursday 3rd March

Every child in school will be given a World Book Day Voucher which can be swapped for either a WBD book (available at participating retailers) or alternatively can be used to get £1 off the price of any book or audio CD costing £2.99 or more.

Below are this year’s WBD books, which one will you choose?

WBD Books

For more information about World Book Day visit

World Book Day

WBD2015_yellow_rightupToday is World Book Day and School has been celebrating all things bookish.

Classes throughout school have been sharing folk tales from around the world and talking about their favourite books.

This morning both Year 1 classes visited Moor Allerton Library and ‘wowed’ the librarians with their knowledge about fiction and non-fiction books. In the afternoon 30 children from KS2 visited the library and took part in fun activities and choose a book each to borrow.






This evening the celebrations will continue with Year 2 children coming back to school in their pyjamas for various activities and bedtime stories.

Watch this space for more photos from the night.


World Book Day is almost here!


It is not long now until World Book Day!

The countdown has begun…

This year’s celebrations includes, classes sharing folk stories from around the world, guessing one another’s favourite books with the aid of a prop as a clue. Also both Year 1 classes and 30 children from KS2 will be visiting Moor Allerton Library and not forgetting of course every child receiving a world book day voucher. Which book will you choose?








World Book Day


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Today is World Book Day!

We will be having a booktastic celebration of stories and traditional tales.

Yesterday saw the start of swapping World Book Day vouchers for the £1 books and children may do so until the end of school tomorrow or until the books run out!

Have a go at completing one of the book quizzes available from the library or get artistic, create a bookmark and enter the competition*.

There are lots of great prizes to be won.

*See Miss Whiteley for a Bookmark competition entry form.

Hello, Hugless Douglas!Little Book Day ParadeBarry Loser: I Am <strike>Not</strike> Nit a LoserFun with the Worst WitchThe Midnight Picnic: A Laura Marlin MysteryHorrible Histories: Terrible TrenchesMiddle School: How I Got Lost in LondonJack Pepper





World Book Day

wonderful-world-book-daybooks-rockToday at school we celebrated World Book Day. This year we chose not to dress up but to bring in our favourite book or comic, and we had a lovely time sharing our favourite stories with one another.

All children will have also have received a World Book Day voucher that they can swap for a specially produced book (see right) or can have £1 off the cost of  a book. Hurry though as you can only use the voucher until 24th March!


Visit for more information and a list of local booksellers where  vouchers are accepted.