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Library News

Carnegie Book Award 2015

We are delighted to announce that Tanya Landman, author of Buffalo Soldier was announced as the 2015 CILIP Carnegie Medal Winner.

 

The announcement of the 2015 CILIP Carnegie Medal Winner was preceded by a celebration lunch in the Library to celebrate the students’ commitment, determination and engagement with this year's Shadowing Group and their task to read as many of the eight shortlisted titles as possible between March a...

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Readathon

Readathon 2015 - …..Shh! Back in March we had a plan ....to raise money for the Roald Dahl charities and read lots more books for pleasure! 

Reading for pleasure, reading to fundraise, reading to help seriously ill children... all great reasons for running a Readathon - and that's just what we did!  Readathon 2015 was launched during our recent Book Week running over a period of 8 weeks. Now in its ninth year the annual Readathon meant t...

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Launch of the Carnegie Medal Book Award

 

A very special Carnegie guru came into school on Tuesday, 17th March to officially launch the Carnegie Medal Book Award for 2015. Mr Cryer spent time working with two groups in the morning followed by a very exciting bookish lunchtime session revealing the CBA shortlist for 2015, now in its ninth yea...

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Book Week 2015

A wealth of events and activities took place last week in school as students celebrated their annual book week; launch of the Readathon, now in its ninth year, distribution of book tokens, House Quest for Year 7 and 8, a creative bookmark making session with Miss Pook, author visit with Tom Palmer, a...

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National Storytelling Week

Pupils at QEGS were delighted to be a part of National Storytelling Week and celebrated in the Library with a wealth of stories and tales.

Our Telling Tales group shared scary tales, Mrs Verner read The Viper, Mr Hargreaves, wore a flat cap for his reading and Mrs Foxley added her own original touch to her delightful story which included delicate bones, frogs, lashing reeds and Little Duke.

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