New Library Display
Our ‘High Flying Display’ - World Book Day inspired display to Celebrate Reading
Over the last few weeks we have been very busy creating a whole school library display to celebrate reading across the school, inspired by World Book Day.
The idea for the Display was inspired by the books ‘Stuck’ and ‘Flying Fergus’.
We created a giant book, which is balanced on a giant branch, extended from the ‘Stuck’ tree. The book symbolises the whole school & our journey through reading. The ‘road to reading’ indicating the journey, with Fergus cycling towards his reading goals. Our bookworms of the week are displayed in their own article and can be nominated by classmates, teachers or parents. The children also choose a book of the week to recommend to their Key Stages, that they have enjoyed.
For our tree, the classes decided on a favourite book, that they felt had made an influence on their enjoyment of reading. They then chose an object to make, to become Stuck ‘high’ in our reading tree. The tree includes an object made by pupils from each class and I think you’ll agree they’ve done a really great job.
We are very proud of our ‘Flying High with Reading’ Display, celebrating readers from across the entire school and look forward to making continual additions across the school year, to enable us to celebrate everyone’s enjoyment of reading.
We have entered the Display into the World Book Day Display Competition & hope that they too think Boughton Primary is ‘Flying High with Reading’. Support our entry on twitter @BoughtonPrimary