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Reading in Unusual Places Competition
Pennoweth's Reading in Unusual Places challenge has come to an end, after an overwhelming response across all Transition Phases. The response was so fantastic we extended the closing date to allow for as many entries as possible! Our Year 6 Librarian Prefects have spent considerable time looking through all of the submissions and some lively debates ensued about who should win the two prizes up for grabs. Eventually they decided on our winners;
Rebecca and Brooke!
All of the Library Prefects agreed that each and every submission was wonderful in different ways and felt it was a great way to get to know more about their friends personalities. Congratulations to Rebecca and Brooke and well done to all who entered.
The next school wide reading challenge will be announced soon!
WORLD BOOK DAY 2018!
Our children were delighted to welcome Cornish author Judy Scrimshaw into Pennoweth School to celebrate World Book Day. Judy spent her time holding workshops in classes, leading assemblies and even judging our wonderful fancy dress efforts.
We were also joined by the WHSmith's pop-up book shop, where the children were able to exchange their allotted book token for a brand new book. It is wonderful that this opportunity was presented to our children again this year, and shows how much our children enjoy their reading.
As a school we would like to extend our thanks to both Judy and WHSmith's Camborne for joining us on the day to celebrate our love of reading.