World Book day celebrated at a Royston school

PUBLISHED: 09:02 20 March 2010 | UPDATED: 16:17 11 May 2010

Pupils and staff from Tannery Drift in their costumes

Pupils and staff from Tannery Drift in their costumes

CLASSIC characters from children s literature came alive at a Royston school last week. Tannery Drift first school celebrated World Book Day by asking pupils and staff to come in dressed up as a character from their favourite book Tracy Stressing, who cam

CLASSIC characters from children's literature came alive at a Royston school last week.

Tannery Drift first school celebrated World Book Day by asking pupils and staff to come in dressed up as a character from their favourite book

Tracy Stressing, who came as Mrs Tiggy Winkle, said: "It was lovely to see all the children coming to life as people, animals, characters they have read about.

"This is a great way to get children reading," she said.

Characters represented included Harry Potter, the Gruffalo, and Snow White.

Each child was also given a £1 book token.


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