A Book Fortnight at Luton’s Bramingham Primary School was certainly something to write home about as youngsters enjoyed an action-packed two weeks.
Children heard stories in a magical large tent, they were visited by an author, they increased their love of books and knowledge about books, entered competitions, and on the final day had fun dressing up as their favourite book characters and seeing staff do the same!
On the final day of Book Fortnight, the school also said farewell to kitchen manager Kathy Simmons, who has been at Bramingham since the school opened more than 20 years ago. Headteacher Sharon Flowers said: “Not only have the school dinners been tasty and her special themed meals and Christmas dinners delicious, she has also been an amazing help supporting us with our children having special diets or needing their food mashed. Nothing has ever been too much trouble for her and we will all miss her greatly. She will always have a special place in our hearts.”
See this week’s Herald&Post for more photos.