Where is the most extreme place you have ever read a book?
Whether it is up a tree, on top of a mountain or standing on one leg, we would like your photos!
The children's homework challenge for this February Half Term is to get someone to take a photograph of them reading somewhere extreme and send it in to school by Monday 13th March.
During the next half term we will share our love for reading in many different ways. We are celebrating World Book Day on 2nd March, taking part in the Rhyme Race in Shrewsbury on 13th March and the extreme reading challenge will be an opportunity for all of us to show that reading can be enjoyed anywhere, at any time!
To take part in the extreme reading challenge you will need to ask an adult to email your photograph to this address, H2033@taw.org.uk by Monday 13th March. All pictures will be added to the school website. You could add a little bit of information about the book that you are reading so that others might enjoy the same book.
We hope you have fun finding extreme places. Here is Mrs. Cusack reading ‘Castles’ by Colin Thompson at Montgomery Castle. This book by Colin Thompson is full of fascinating illustrations of castles that are created out of thin air, under the sea or in back gardens.
We look forward to seeing your photos.