World Book Day – Competitions galore!STILL TIME TO ENTER – DEADLINE 11 MARCH World Book Day on Thurs 4 March is a celebration of books and reading, through providing the opportunity for every child to have a book of their own. Vouchers for this at school reception or use the electronic voucher. To celebrate this important day, there are 3 … <a href="" class="more-link">Continue reading <span class="screen-reader-text"></span> <span class="meta-nav">→</span></a>
Final WBD Author LiveThe final author live to celebrate World Book Day is Holly Bourne – author of The Places I’ve Cried in Public, Are we all lemmings or snowflakes?, and What magic is this? among others. Loads more authors live on the BBC and Scottish Book Trust websites. Watch Holly on BBC Authors Live.
Thankful ‘World Book Day’ Thursday @ElderbankThis week we are combining Thankful Thursday with World Book Day. There will be activities in your Google Classrooms along with competitions. Who is behind the mask in the “Masked Readers”? Click on our link below for ideas Thankful Thursday World Book Day You can also visit the official World Book Day site for resources,
WBD is here! Thursday’s Author LiveHappy World Book Day! Thursday’s Author Live features Malorie Blackman – author or Noughts & Crosses, Boys Don’t Cry, Tell me no Lies, A Dangerous Game and many more. Watch Malorie on Scottish Book Trust Authors Live.
Week 2 – Supporting Young People’s WellbeingDuring tonight’s session of Supporting Young People’s Wellbeing, we looked at perception, our inner critic and the importance of self compassion. A link to a pre-recorded session is below.
Stereotypes – What effect do they have on children?Parents and carers are invited to join the North Ayrshire Family Learning Team and Education Scotland on Wed 31 March between 7pm-8pm to explore the effects of gender stereotypes on our young people. Book here: http://bit.ly/IGBEsession