World Book Day 2015

Congratulations to all of our children for taking part in our ‘World Book Day Writing Competition’. The quality of the work produced is something to be extremely proud of and every child’s work will be displayed in their amazing class books.

The ‘Top 5’ were as follows:

1S: Ruby Naylor, Joshua Hughes, Lucy McGowan, Jack Williams, Wiktoria Mielczarak

1G/T: Lacey Halpin, Maisie Terry, Ignas Zymancius, Layla Gilfoyle, Ethan Leslie

2Mc: Molly May Evans, Nikol Kocianova, Ethan Llewellyn, Alicia Johnston, Ila Roberts

2S: Ava Milsom-Doyle, Bradley Mooney-King, Ellie-May Phillips, Abbie Crombleholme, Lily Bates

3H: Ella Edgerton, Harry Williams, Alfie Lynch, James Mulhall, Aimee Campbell

3R: Emma Dacey, Kyle Prendergast, Liam Jupp, Ruby Speed, Joseph Wilson

4B: Ben Johnson, Rhys Redmond, Dorothy Brown, Luis Owens, Kerris Smith-Milsom

4BD: Shannon Hamilton, Bongani Moyo, Chelsey Carey, Luke Miller, Elyssa Kyle

5B: Niamh Moorcroft, Megan Cummins, Thomas Carey, Jake Baker, Elsie Cooksey

5F: Molly Fletcher, Joshua Charnock, Lillie Maclaren, Lea Brady, Alex Truesdale

6Wo: Amy Navin, Brodie Shannon, Dominykas Maciulis, James McKevitt, John Hayes

6Wi: Emily Hughes, Lauren Clarke, Kyle Jones, Josh Kelshaw, Olivia Speed

After two afternoons of deliberation by our Year 5 Reading Buddies, the tough decision of choosing the winning pieces from every class were made. All work was totally anonymous to ensure complete fairness in the judging.


And the winners were………

1S: Ruby Naylor

1G/T: Lacey Halpin

2Mc: Molly May Evans

2S: Ava Milsom-Doyle

3H: Ella Edgerton

3R: Emma Dacey

4B: Ben Johnson

4BD: Shannon Hamilton

5B: Niamh Moorcroft

5F: Lily MacLaren

6Wo: Amy Navin

6Wi: Emily Hughes


All winners received a stationery prize and were congratulated by everybody in a whole school assembly. All winning pieces of writing will shortly be displayed on our website so watch this space!

Thank you to all of our amazing teachers and very talented children for taking part in this competition – it was a great success!

Get caught reading.

As part of our celebration for World Book Day we asked our parents/carers to catch their children reading throughout the week. Below are some of the pictures we received.

We also celebrated World Book Day with a writing competition. Each year group were given an image as a writing stimulus, in order to spark their imagination and creativity. Each class created a book of their work.