: March 2015
A huge thank you to Mrs Chapman Brown and all the staff and children for embracing World Book day!
We had a wonderful day of books. Parents joined us in our newly refurbished library to read-a-long with their child and take refreshments kindly hosted by Cath (one of our regular helpers who loves books) and her daughter Steph. The teacher swapped classes for an end of day read and children were able to bring along a book to swap. Playtime and lunchtime was extra fun dressed up!
Look at our amazing book character costumes — can you guess who we are?
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