Gallery: Schools celebrate World Book Day

PUBLISHED: 13:03 05 March 2018

World Book Day at Haywood Village Primary School.

World Book Day at Haywood Village Primary School.

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Children dressed up as Mr Men, Pinnochio, the Mad Hatter, Harry Potter and Snow White to celebrate their favourite book characters.

Children dressed as characters from books at Haywood Village Primary School. Children dressed as characters from books at Haywood Village Primary School.

Pupils and teachers from schools and preschools across North Somerset were invited to dress up as characters from stories to mark World Book Day.

Staff also ran reading activities and games to encourage children to share stories with each other.

Andy Seed from Windwhistle Primary School ran workshops with key stage two pupils on his latest read – The Silly Book of Side-Splitting Stuff.

Pupils then put on a performance for parents in the afternoon.

Pupils from Haywood Village Primary School dressed up for World Book Day. Pupils from Haywood Village Primary School dressed up for World Book Day.

St Andrew’s Primary School in Congresbury held a big breakfast so dads and grandads could tuck into food while sharing some stories with their children and grandchildren before lessons.

Send photos of your World Book Day celebrations to newsdesk@westonmercury.co.uk

Dads reading stories with children at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture: Jeremy Long. Dads reading stories with children at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Dads reading books with children at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture; Jeremy Long. Dads reading books with children at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture; Jeremy Long.

Headteacher Fran Martin, dressed as Cruella De Ville with her dalmations, at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture: Jeremy Long. Headteacher Fran Martin, dressed as Cruella De Ville with her dalmations, at St Andrew's Primary School. Picture: Jeremy Long.

A dads' breakfast was held at St Andrew's Primary School for World Book Day. Picture: Jeremy Long. A dads' breakfast was held at St Andrew's Primary School for World Book Day. Picture: Jeremy Long.

Dads enjoying a breakfast with their children at St Andrew's Primary School. Dads enjoying a breakfast with their children at St Andrew's Primary School.

Staff from Windwhistle Primary School dressed up to celebrate World Book Day. Staff from Windwhistle Primary School dressed up to celebrate World Book Day.

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