We’re coming up to one of Bigfoot’s favourite times of the year, World Book Day! Take a look at the many ways you can celebrate World Book Day 2018 with us. We have so many wonderful literacy related programmes ready and waiting to help your school celebrate next week make this World Book Day one to remember. With a new offering for 2018, focusing on all things poetry, book ‘Now that’s what I call poetry!!’ this week:
BOOK our brand new “now that’s what i call poetry!” programme
This brand new programme has been designed to celebrate all things poetry; learning about famous poems and their authors for KS1 and 2. The workshops will enable children to explore contemporary and classic poems further as well as create and perform their very own poetry.
Assembly and Workshops for Key Stage 1 & 2
get set with “Read-y, pen stead-y, go!”
We have a problem; nobody wants to read Kit’s story. With your school’s help, can you and Kit try to figure out what it is that makes reading fun? Exciting plots, colourful characters, wonderful & whacky locations…and the use of words and sounds that make us want to read on of course! Exploring phonics and story structure in a fun new way, all the ingredients are there for a unique learning experience.
Assembly and Workshops for Years 1-6
TAKE PART IN TRADITIONAL STORYTELLING WITH ‘COME AN’ SEE ANANSI’
When Anansi is brought to life and drops into your school, be prepared for a lively story adventure! Weaving and spinning vibrant tales from the shores of the Caribbean and Africa, this cunning half-man half-spider is the ultimate trickster!
Assembly & Workshops for Years 1-6
TIME TRAVEL TO MEET CHARLIE & THE AWESOME AUTHORS
Meet Charlie Smith, an intergalactic time traveller from the 31st Century, who has come to earth to explore the most awesome authors from the past and present such as William Shakespeare, Hans Christian Anderson, Beatrix Potter, Charles Dickens, Roald Dahl and Julia Donaldson…who could be the next big author for 2017?!
Performance workshops for Years 1-6
Call us NOW on 0800 644 6034 for more information or to make a booking