WRAD wrap

We had an awesome day as we celebrated WRAD. The whole school stopped as one at 11am and celebrated the joy of reading by having a great story read to them.

Mrs Johnson read Stories from our street by Richard Tullock to 3J.

An inspirational local deaf woman, Pam Wells, shared Little owl by Phillip Gwynne with K/6D and then they had fun creating some art work.

Miss Wright read The book with no pictures by B.J.Novak to 2W and then everyone shared a book either from home or from the class library.

Mrs Robinson read Shaun Tan’s Rules of Summer before starting Alice’s adventures in Wonderland by Lewis Carroll to 3/4P. Students also had a chance to choose their own book to read.

These super star students were spotted in our library.

Happy WRAD everyone!

It’s Read Aloud Day everyday for these beautiful babes.

Mrs Brown’s daughter Nicole and her grandson Ari love reading together before bedtime. Mrs Brown told me Ari has an amazing library already. The Cranky Bear is among his favourites.

Mrs Robinson and Georgie have fun reading together. Angelina Ballerina and a cuddle before bed. It doesn’t get any better than this.

Hudson loves being read to. Miss Wright says it’s his favourite thing to do. He just LOVES books!

Mrs Bull and Maxi enjoy a story too.

Are you ready for WRAD? 5/6P and Miss Penburthy are all set. I wonder what great book they will be sharing?

Everyone loves having a great story read to them. Why don’t you surprise someone special and read to them today. I’d love to hear from you.

World Read Aloud Day


Imagine a world where everyone can read…

Today, February the 24th is World Read Aloud Day. Every year people all over the world celebrate this special day which is all about spreading a love for reading.

We are so fortunate at Tenambit to have an amazing library and classrooms full of great books. My challenge to you today is to read aloud to your mum, dad, brothers, sisters, friends … why not ring or Skype nan or pop and read to them… you could even read to your cat or dog.

Send me a reply and tell me who you read to. Even better send me a photo and I’ll post it here.

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