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Your Ideas

We love hearing your ideas for fun ways to promote reading – from classroom activities to sharing a book at bedtime. This page is where you can find new ideas and share your own for getting kids of all ages excited about books.

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    Book Day Bingo

    A selection of staff were given t-shirts with quotations from popular books on the back. To select the quotations we […]

    Take a Chance!

    Create a class activity by getting each student to write the first part of a story. The story is then […]

    Shelfies

    Get students and staff to take photos of their book shelf or shelves then create a photo montage to act […]

    Brilliant Books

    We have just introduced National Book Token prizes for interesting book reviews in three categories across the school: KS1, Lower […]

    Pass the Book

    We are a school for pupils aged 11-19. During form time students were introduced to a book and were read […]

    Create a Supervillain

    We had a class discussion to create a supervillain. Our villain was called Trevor Vickers; International Story Stealer. Within class, we […]

    Comic Strip Endings

    In order to encourage reluctant readers, cut out cartoons/comic strips from a comic or newspaper. Remove the final picture. Back […]

    Reading Breakfast

    We always put on a ‘reading breakfast’ buffet for children and their parents, carers or siblings. Parents bring in a […]

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