Telling a tale for Book Day

Yorkshire Regional Newspapers NRS Ad presentation at Scarborough Cricket Club. 120901  Picture by Dave Kettlewell.
Yorkshire Regional Newspapers NRS Ad presentation at Scarborough Cricket Club. 120901 Picture by Dave Kettlewell.

PUPILS are diving nose first in to literature to celebrate World Book Day.

An array of activities has been lined up throughout the week at the Graham and Raincliffe Federation School.

The week started with a visit to the lower school by Scarborough author G P Taylor who hosted presentations and workshops for all students in Years 7 and 8,

Students have also been writing to their Global Partner School Langata West in Kenya, telling their penpals why reading is important and describing what books they enjoy.

To mark tomorrow’s World Book Day students are holding a book character themed non-uniform day to raise funds to buy books to send to Langata West for the Kenyan students

The school dining room will feature book themed food, including James’ Giant Peach Crumble, Jack’s magic bean cassoulet and Charlie’s chocolate magic pudding.

There will also be book themed competitions with books for prizes.