World Book Day was celebrated by St. Stephen's a week later than usual thanks to the creative efforts of Mother Nature and the snowfall last week, but that didn't stop children and staff from turning their enthusiasm and creativity levels up to 100% in a fantastic celebration of reading. The school was filled with colourful and creative book-themed costumes and the child with the most imaginative costume in each year group won the Friday Cup. The winning costumes can be seen in the gallery below.
In the afternoon the whole school took part in a reading treasure hunt around the school – the winning child from each class has been invited to a Mad Hatter’s Tea-Party in the library next Thursday. All of the children were presented with their own copy of our published book of short stories.