World Book Day
2nd March 2021
This week at Baysgarth, we are celebrating all things books and reading in celebration of World Book day on Thursday 4th March.
Our KS3 Key Worker students will be treated to fun and engaging lessons centered around the enjoyment and pleasure of reading, including making their own character bookmarks and ‘Drawing like an Illustrator’ in Art and in English all of Year 7 and 8 have been set World Book Day themed activities for their Home Learning in English this week.
The students’ submissions for their Lesson 3 English assignment will be entered into our whole school competition! We are excited to see what Year 7 and 8 can come up with and to reward fantastic entries with some wonderful prizes!
Keep your eyes open for all things books on our socials and for fun competitions with great prizes to be won this week!
What do we do at Baysgarth to celebrate books and reading...
- Collective Reading
- Book club and code
- Staff favourite book
- Writing Competitions
📚📖 How can parents support reading at home?
Check out the below links for ideas and inspiration!
- BookZilla- FREE app for Apple and Android users.
Masked Reader Competition!
1. A keen musician this Masked Reader loves nothing more than a good book or magazine, whatever media they can get their hands on!
2. Who could this Masked Reader be surrounded by all her cosy comforts?
3. Who could it be enjoying this Stephen King novel? Hopefully the clues add up!’
4. If he’s not creating machines which fly around a track, this Masked Reader will be found engrossed in a book until he reaches the finish line.
5. Who is this sweet-toothed Masked Reader who loves nothing more than cuddling up with her dog whilst reading a good book?
6. This Star Wars fan can be found doing a bit of DIY when he isn’t engrossed in a book. Hopefully these clues all add up!
7. Always pretty in pink for this Masked Reader who is often found looking back to the past.
8. This Masked Reader often finds herself escaping to the place where dreams come true.
9. This fashionable Masked Reader is I.C.E cool when reading her novels.
10. Reading a book isn’t an exact science for this Masked Reader. Will you come up with the correct solution from her clues?
11. If he’s not reading a programme at Selhurst Park, you’ll find this Masked Reader engrossed in his Kindle.
12. Able to cast spells with numbers, this Masked Reader loves a bit of Harry Potter in between solving problems.
13. If this Masked Reader isn’t daydreaming about eating pizza in Italy she can be found with a good book (or her Kindle) and a cup of Yorkshire tea.
14. Which Masked Reader could be feeling a little green under their mask?
15. When he has time away from trimming his beard this suited and (ski) booted Masked Reader is quick to put down his razor and reach for his bookmark.