Here at Hadrian School, we really got stuck into the celebration of World Book Day and have done lots of fantastic things this week!
Here in Class 5, we enjoyed story yoga with Ellen on Wednesday – this did our gross motor skills the world of good and, also allowed us to listen to the story of The Gruffalo. We all really enjoyed our story yoga and felt very relaxed afterwards.
On Thursday, our Head Girl from last year (Emma) visited us and she read the story ‘Little Monkey’ to us. She sat in the special story-telling chair and did an excellent job of reading to us – we were all captivated! Well done, Emma!
There was a special assembly on Thursday afternoon to celebrate World Book Day. During this, there was a performance of ‘The Tiger Who Came to Tea’ by Rachael and Phil’s classes then Babs’ and June’s class performed ‘Fussy Freda’ and Marc’s class performed ‘Hoot Owl’ – all of the performances were brilliant and we thoroughly enjoyed watching them. As well as live performances, Loveday’s class made a video of a sensory story they had done in class called ‘The Emotional Postman’ – this was also brilliant!
As part of the World Book Day ‘Share A Million Stories’ campaign, we are trying to share three stories a day in class. Class 5 have been doing extremely well with this and some children have even brought in books from home to share, which is lovely. As the campaign is for the whole of March, it would be great if you could send in more stories from home!
Of course, the costumes on the day were, as always, spectacular!