“It took all of us to build the web that we have. It will take all of us to secure its future” Contract for the web
This year World Book Day was on Thursday 5 March, but here at Maltman’s Green we celebrate Book Week – a whole week of fun activities to inspire our girls with a love of reading.
Pupils enjoyed the parade, meeting author Tamsin Cooke, exploring Minecraft Book Realms, guessing their teachers’ favourite books, looking at classroom doors decorated as book covers, choosing books at the book fair, and more!
As part of the Woodland Trust tree planting initiative, All Hallows were thrilled to receive 420 large wildlife saplings (mainly Birch and Hazel).
Pupils at Witham Hall School celebrated the wonderful world of books for World Book Day by dressing up as their favourite characters, writing stories, and sharing books in mixed age groups in the library.
Storytime reading at school break time has encouraged pupils to read and enjoy reading more, says a Sussex school.
This year, the annual PCC Pride Awards included a six year old girl from Hazlegrove who showed extraordinary courage and quick thinking when her mother fell ill at the wheel.
Author Peter Murray visited Moulsford Prep School to talk about his new book 'Poppy Warrior' and what inspired him to write it. He delivered workshops for the boys in Years 5 to 7 and signed copies of the book.
The MELISSA project is an Erasmus+ funded project which proposes to raise the profile of the environmental importance of bees locally, nationally and internationally.
Children from Chandlings and local Oxfordshire primary school Dry Sandford were lucky enough to be engaged and inspired by Konnie Huq, ex Blue Peter presenter and author who came to present her new book.