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Year 4 World Book Day Collective Worship

Year 4 World Book Day Collective Worship

This week, to celebrate World Book Day the children in Year 4 planned and led a Collective Worship about the importance of books. We gathered together in a rectangle to reflect the shape of a book and began by thinking about the importance of the Bible and how it helps us to live good lives. The children read from Luke 11:1-4, which recounts how Jesus taught his disciples to pray, giving them the words which have become the ‘Lord’s Prayer’ we say today. We thought about how these words bring us joy and the knowledge of how much the Lord loves and cares for us.

Each person then responded by sharing the title of their favourite book and why it is special to them. We learned that many of us chose our favourite book because of the joy we get when we share it with others. Our mission going forward is to play our part in the Share a Million Stories Challenge and read an excerpt of our favourite book to our friends and family with the aim of sharing our joy and happiness with them.

 

Year 5 World Book Day!

Year 5 World Book Day!

Year 5 had a fantastic World Book Day! The children came dressed in imaginative costumes and enjoyed book related activities. We continued reading our class book, Holes by Louis Sachar, we then created a character description for our favourite character in the novel so far.

 

World book day in Reception

World book day in Reception

We have all enjoyed World Book Day. We have enjoyed sharing our costumes and favourite books with our friends. We especially enjoyed sharing stories with our special friends and going on a bear hunt with them!

 

World Book Day In Nursery

World Book Day In Nursery

Wow! What a great day we have had in Nursery celebrating World Book Day!  We’ve all dressed up and listened to lots of stories.  We’ve made stories up using our puppets and objects from around the classroom.  We’ve even listened to a story outside   with the chickens.  We’ve been to the jungle, under the sea, in a fairy castle and even to the moon!  We’ve read about dinosaurs and strange creatures under the sea, but our favourite story was still Goldilocks.