We are celebrating World Book Day next Thursday, 4th March.
Pupils and staff at home and school are invited to join us by wearing your favourite character costume or dress up outfit.
Class Orkney have been using their creative skills over the past two weeks and produced a movie for WorldBookDay2020. Alice in Wonderland is their favourite story and Mrs Goodlad and Miss Dewhurst helped the children to become their favourite story characters.
We are celebrating World Book Day tomorrow, Thursday 5th March.
Dressing up is optional for all pupils and staff.
There will be lots of #WorldBookDay2020 activities throughout the day to celebrate.
We are celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 5th March. Dressing up is optional. We will be having lots of school activities throughout the day to celebrate.
Share a picture with us of your child reading at home.
We are celebrating World Book Day on Thursday 5th March.
More details to follow.
Exciting events have been planned for school and our usual dressing up and assembly will be on 1st March the official World Book Day.
Could you please send in any pictures of your child taking part in any literacy experiences, this could be library visits, reading with family member, or even the most creative and different place to read a story. This will allow us to add them to a slideshow to be shown at our assembly.
Photographs to be sent into school by Wednesday 28th February.
Thank you for supporting WBD 2018.
Here is the link to watch the extended version of the “Hungry Caterpillar ” story by the staff from classes Staffa, Jura and Tiree as a surprise for World Book day.
What a wonderful week of World Book Day activities organised by Mrs Barron and Miss Dewhurst.
We’ve had storytelling, sensory story with Mrs Wako, visits to book stores and libraries. Our week finished with a whole school assembly and Miss Scrimgeour’s legendary quiz.
Thank you to everyone for participating in this years activities.
It’s been a busy week at IMS as we celebrate World Book Day.
All classes were invited to the Mod to browse and buy some of the books from Usbournes, their was a hype of activity as they made decisions of which books to buy for class.
Class Mull loved to look at all the books but it was such a hard decision to choose one to take back to class.
Clasd Arran had a lovely visit to Waterstones, Newton Mearns for a story telling session from the staff. Thank you for taking the time out to read us some stories. Our Head Boy Rob, was totally immersed in all the books and loved the stories. Olivia and Peter were delighted with the visual aids to support the stories.
Today is our World Book Day assembly with Miss Scrimgeour and her legendary quiz.
We are looking forward to seeing all our pupils and staff dressed up as their favourite story characters.
Thank You to everyone involved who helped make our World Book Day celebrations a huge success .
Every class embraced this celebration with a host of activities taking place throughout the week, with some extended into next week. Photos to follow.
Our activities start on Wednesday 1st March with storytelling from Usbourne Books.
Thursday 2nd March Mrs Boyle leads some Bookbug sessions for pupils in P1- P3.
Friday 3rd March all Pupils and staff can come dressed as their favourite story character for a fun day of activities organised by Mrs Barron and Miss Dewhurst.
Activities include a sensory story extravaganza with Mrs Wako and interactive story from the senior leadership team and office staff.
World Book Day activities culminate on Friday afternoon with whole school assembly and prizes for best dressed story characters.
Please remember your £1 donation
Last day of the World Book Day celebrations.
We have had lots going on this week to celebrate World Book Day.
Invited storytellers came into school and we also had a story from the child smile team.
Our senior management team led stories on Thursday and Friday and we finished off the week with a whole school assembly.
Classes have been engaging in lots of imaginative activities to
foster an enjoyment of reading.
We’ve had the Hungry caterpillar, Flat Stanley, the Gingerbread Man, the Smartest Giant in Town, the Borrowers and the seniors have been attending the library at Woodfarm High School to read some books. Flat Stanley treasure hunts took place around the school and the ISS@Ims group performed an interactive
“The Smartest Giant in Town” for the Family Centre pupils.
At this afternoons assembly, certificates were awarded to the
best dressed, and classes all presented about the activities
they undertook for the week.
The young people were so proud of their achievements and
took great delight explaining all about their book topics.
Thank you to Miss Dewhurst and Mrs Barron for organising World Book Day 2016
Students from our ISS@IMS group invited pupils from the Family Centre and class Arran to join them for a special tea party
to celebrate World Book Day.
We have a storyteller visiting school and will spend some time telling stories with a sensory element.
Our senior management team have agreed to take part and they will be out storytellers on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning. The pupils are quite excited about this……….
Our World Book Day Celebrations begin on Thursday 6th March where all the classes are working together on a particular book theme, i.e Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch, the Tiger Who Came to Tea and Alice in Wonderland.
Classes will be performing either a dramatisation, poems, interactive lessons or songs from the stories and finishing off with a tea party in each of the lochs.
On Friday 6th March all pupils are encouraged to bring £1 and dress up as a favourite story character. Our day wil be finished off with a whole school assembly.
I wonder what character Mrs Wallace will be this year!
Thank You to everyone involved who helped make our World Book Day a huge success.
Every class embraced this celebration with a host of activities taking place throughout the day.
We had an outdoor activity, “Going on a Bear Hunt”, Storyteller, Puppet show from Class Orkney, Treasure Island Sensory experience form Class Arran, a visit to the Library and pupils interviewing other pupils about their favourite books amongst others………. a very busy day indeed!
Our day was complete with many of the staff and pupils dressing up as their favourite characters to raise money for book aid international.
Some of the costumes were very innovative……… we had Granny Island from Katy Morag, Ladybirds from “The Ladybird who heard and saw”, butterfly, Dorothy from the Wizard of Oz, and Cinderella amongst others.
For every £2 Isobel Mair school raises, Book Aid International can send one more book to Africa
Everyone had a fun and educational World Book Day.