This year World Book Day has been a little different and like many things over the last year we have had to adapt and change the way we do things. That doesn’t mean we have enjoyed ourselves or celebrated any less this year! We have shown the values of creativity and resilience and still had lots of opportunities to celebrate our love of reading and children’s literature!
Dressing Up Wall Of Fame!
Can you spot some of your favourite book characters?
We love reading everywhere!
Take a look at some of our favourite reading spots at home!
Here is some of our creative work!
Each class created their own class stories during a live meet. All classes demonstrated the values of creativity and teamwork to orally develop their stories enabling them to enjoy the art of story telling.
Some classes chose to innovate a well known story, some created a story based on their current learning journey and year 6 worked as a year group to develop a narrative by building upon each classes idea.
Hazelwood is very proud that a member of our school community, Laura Arnold, is also a published author and illustrator. On World Book Day our children had the opportunity to listen to Laura read her book aloud and also thought of some very interesting questions for her about the creative writing process and being a published author!