Royston students let imaginations run wild for World Book Day
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Roysia School students let their imaginations run wild for World Book Day on Friday.
Bookworms were charged with coming into school dressed as their favourite characters from the world of fiction, with some spectacular results.
Organised by teachers – who were themselves dressed in Dr Seuss-style The Cat in the Hat costumes – the day saw colourful appearances all round.
Roaming the school were Harry Potter wizards, St Trinian’s schoolgirls, Disney creations, swashbuckling Robin Hoods and inconspicuous Where’s Wallys.
But some unorthodox costumes also caught the eye including a Smurfette painted from head to toe in blue paint, an evergreen Luigi and even a washing machine.
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Headteacher Zoe Linington said: “All of the students have made a fantastic effort today.
“It is so much fun for them, and the teachers love it too!”
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