Congratulations to Elsie and Cameron who are our winners of the fancy dress World Book Day competition! See Mrs Kenton-Barnes in WS31 on Friday 19th March at lunch time for your prizes.
Congratulations to Max S and Evelyn N who are our winners of the testimony World Book Day competition! See Mrs Kenton-Barnes in WS31 on Friday 19th March at lunch time for your prizes.
I love to read because it helps me to clear my head and immerse myself in a totally different world. A world which is far away from the pandemic and coronavirus. It definitely helps spark my imagination and I can picture myself in the book playing along with my favourite characters and joining in with their fun and games!
Reading has also helped with my vocabulary and if there’s a word I don’t understand I’m always interested to find out more about it. I’m sure it helps with my English work too. I love to read any time of the day but especially just before bed as it relaxes me ready for a good night’s sleep.
My favourite author is David Walliams. His books are always really funny and have a range of great characters who get up to all sorts of mischief.
Overall I really love to read and a book is always on my list for birthdays and Christmas ready to fuel my imagination once again!
I love reading because it transports your to another world. It fills your mind with colour and words. Reading is a superpower - the best superpower. You become a time travelling mind reader and can be whoever you want to be. You break limits and forget about the stresses of life. You imagine things from a different perspective from anyone else and can tell the story through your own heart.
Every book is a different dimension, movie and adventure all in one. Reading immerses you in creativity and wonder. Explore new worlds and enjoy being free and limitless. You experience emotion and passion in every word. Let your brain carry you away in a different story and say to yourself: “where shall I go today?”
Breathe in the scent of a new book as you hold the pages between your fingers. Reading is a fantastic addiction and you meet amazing people in breathtaking places, your intelligence growing with every word. You predict and wonder along with the characters as you get submerged in the story or facts. Will you get the happily ever after or will there be a twist of pain and envy? Who knows? Go find your story.
Well done to all who entered either competition for World Book Day - we haven't forgotten about you! Please see Mrs Kenton-Barnes in WS31 on Friday 19th March at lunch time for a reward.