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BOOKS BUILD BRAINS

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This page will demonstrate how ‘books build brains’ as part of our curriculum offer.

World Book Day was another great celebration of literature.

World Book Day was another great celebration of literature. 1

This pupil travelled with his family to the sites of the Great Fire of London. His reading topic in class was a great inspiration!

This pupil travelled with his family to the sites of the Great Fire of London. His reading topic in class was a great inspiration! 1

These pupils were inspired to recite a poem to a whole school audience after our Reading Week event.

These pupils were inspired to recite a poem to a whole school audience after our Reading Week event. 1

Working with local writer Beda Higgins gave us the opportunity to consider how feelings can be conveyed through poetry.

Working with local writer Beda Higgins gave us the opportunity to consider how feelings can be conveyed through poetry. 1

This pupil was inspired by his ‘Harry Potter’ texts and the visit to Alnwick Castle to write in the style of J.K.Rowling.

This pupil was inspired by his ‘Harry Potter’ texts and the visit to Alnwick Castle to write in the style of J.K.Rowling. 1

Quality children’s literature such as ‘Stitch Head’ by Guy Bass is an excellent stimulus for writing about our ideas and thoughts about characters.

Sharing a book is a wonderful way to think about how the book makes you feel.
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