School wins 100 free reads through Books For Schools campaign

PUBLISHED: 09:00 26 April 2018

Vicky Angear handing over books to Bournville Primary School pupils and their teacher Kyle Matravers.

Vicky Angear handing over books to Bournville Primary School pupils and their teacher Kyle Matravers.

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A Weston school is adding 100 new books to its library, thanks to donations from Mercury readers.

Help cash-strapped schools by supporting our Books For Schools campaign.Help cash-strapped schools by supporting our Books For Schools campaign.

Bournville Primary School is the fourth school to benefit from the Books For Schools appeal which aims to make more books available to pupils across North Somerset.

The Weston Mercury launched the campaign in October last year to help schools struggling to pay for vital resources due to funding cuts.

Schools interested in winning a selection of books can get in touch with the Mercury to let us know about their reading initiatives.

Kyle Matravers, teacher and English lead at Bournville Primary School, said: “We currently have a golden ticket event running at the moment where I have hidden five golden tickets in library books.

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