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Earlsdon Primary School

We are looking forward to celebrating World Book Day in
school during the week beginning 27th February. During this week the children will have access to a range of book related activities and events including visits to Earlsdon Library, sharing books with other classes, listening to authors and working out who our mystery readers might be! They will also be invited to go along to our new pop-up library spaces; these will be an ongoing initiative which will be running throughout the year thanks to a grant that we have recently been awarded. Alongside these activities we are also inviting all children to take part in a bringand-buy book sale. We will be encouraging all children to donate one or two preloved books to the sale and to bring 50p to school to spend. During the week each child will have an opportunity to purchase a preloved book- money raised will go
towards replenishing and rejuvenating the library areas in school. Please bring book donations to school by Monday 27th February at the latest so that books can be organised and the sale can be set up for each class to visit. In addition, on Thursday 2nd March we are inviting all children to bring their favourite book recommendation alongside their favourite book to school to share with other members of their class and school community. We would love the children to decorate and make their book recommendations look eye catching and
exciting to read so they can be displayed in classrooms!
We have decided to have a break from dressing up for World Book Day this year as we recognise the additional
pressure this can place upon families. Thank you for your ongoing support and for helping us celebrate World
Book Day in school this year
 

Earlsdon Primary School Values

Respect
  • A culture is strong when people work with each other, not for themselves. Simon Sinek
Equality
  • In diversity there is beauty and there is strength. Maya Angelou
Challenge
  • Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It's too high! Come to the edge. And they came, and he pushed, and they flew. Christopher Iogne
Resilience
  • Resilience comes from the Latin word 'resalire', which means springing back.
Responsibility
  • You cannot get through a single day without having an impact on the world around you. What you do makes a difference and you have to decide what kind of difference you want to make. Jane Goodall
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