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OC Treasures!

Well done to everyone in the OC who made a huge effort putting together their Book Week costumes for our parade today. Congratulations to Raquel (Glinda the Good Witch) who was voted by our class as Best Dressed and to Ellen and Edie who won our Book Week Challenge. Thank you to everyone who supported our Book Fair by purchasing book and making donations to our library.

Book Week!

There was a lot of treasure to be found at school today for our annual Book Week Parade!
It was so wonderful to see everyone dressing up as their favourite Book Week characters.
A special thank you to our wonderful Mrs Derricott for all her efforts in organising Book Week.
Please enjoy the photos and videos.

Book Week

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Today our school celebrated Book Week – Read Across the Universe! Students enjoyed dressing up and parading in front of friends and family. We enjoyed a variety of performances from our infants classes and both junior and senior choirs. Thanks to the wonderful P&C for providing a tasty shared lunch of sushi and hotdogs. A huge thank you to our amazing Miss Beker for her wonderful organisation of this terrific event. Don’t forget the Book Fair will be open in the library tomorrow before and after school if you haven’t yet purchased some books.

MsArmstrong's book parade 2013 album on Photobucket

Book Week

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This week our school is celebrating Book Week and this year’s theme is Read Across the Universe!

This Thursday we will be having our Book Parade beginning at 1.20pm and students can come dressed as their favourite book characters from this universe and beyond!

Our Book Week Parade will include class performances, a shared lunch and P&C food stall from 12.30pm and a special guest appearance! Prizes for best dressed.

The Book Fair will be open in our library every day this week. From 8.45-9.15am and 3pm-3.30pm.

Come and support our library and our love of literacy!

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