Book Fair

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Book Fair

At the end of last week and start of this week in the run up to World Book Day on 4th March, we are having a Scholastic Book Fair in school.

Parents can come in to look at the books on offer and buy one, or lots, with their child. It’s been great to see parents in school again, looking at the books and choosing with their children.

Staff are also buying books for their children, because we all know how great it is for children to read themselves or be read to by someone else.

There are 2 chests opened full of books suitable for our pupils. Books need to be paid for using the QR code reader online - it’s really simple - you enter our school details on the online payment section of the Scholastic Book Fair page, the total books cost and pay online - then our school book fair account shows payment and you can take the books after it’s completed. Otherwise you can pay with cash in school and we will complete this for you.

All payments for books MUST be finalised by 3pm tomorrow, so last chance on Tuesday to come in to browse, or send money for your child’s teacher to help them buy a book.

The school will receive a proportion of the money spent on books in a range of books donated to school from Scholastic - so the more you buy, the more books we get!

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