Famous characters were brought to life as schools from across Omega Multi-Academy Trust encouraged a love of reading during World Book Day.

Students at Alsop High School took to the school library to take part in competitions including Guess the Teacher Behind the Book,  A Book Detective Hunt, and Guess the Blurb.   

At Burtonwood Community Primary School the children went on a daily adventure to choose unique reading spots within the school. Those who filled their reading cards were rewarded with small treats and entered into a class raffle. There was also a series of book-themed activities including an interactive workshop and Guess the Teacher Behind the Book. 

Chapelford Village Primary School children were invited to dress up either as their favourite book character or to join in with a theme within their year group. Year 2 students also took part in the Young Writers competition.

Great Sankey High School students took part in a book hunt to find 20 hidden characters, each holding a book representing their chosen character. Students were not only encouraged to explore different areas of the school, but also discover new books and characters along the way.

At Park Road Community Primary School, children dressed as famous characters including The Cat in the Hat, Paddington Bear and Willy Wonka.

Children at Westbrook Old Hall Primary School were challenged with making posters with information about their favourite author and dressing up as characters from their books.

Well done to everyone who took part to make World Book Day a special day for all our students!