Yesterday there was a fantastic Twilight CPD session held by the Scottish Book Trust in Dingwall Education Centre.
The Scottish Book Awards are coming . . . but how can schools get involved?
Firstly, regarding Scottish Book Trust’s annual Bookbug event, each Primary 1 in Highland will shortly receive a pack with three fantastic books. The Scottish Book Trust are keen for schools to, where possible, bring each of the three stories to life in the classroom. There are a wealth of curricular opportunities within each of the stories. Here are a few that the Scottish Book Trust have suggested:
CLICK HERE for a specific ‘Paper Dolls’ themed activity.
Schools can begin to teach the skill of voting in Primary 1 through the use of the Bookbug pack. By removing the voting slips from the packs, and using these as ballots (once you have read the children each of the three books), children can vote for their favourite text.
Register your class’ votes by signing up before December 31st on the following link:
Scottish Book Trust – REGISTRATION
With the Bookbug bags, the Scottish Book Trust are suggesting that classes or schools have a “Gifting Event”. Ideas can be found on www.scottishbooktrust.com/scba
Middle/upper Primary and Secondary can get involved too. Follow the links below for further information:
Scottish Book Trust – RESOURCES
Resources – Age 8-11
Resources – Age 12-16
Share how your class or school are taking part by commenting on this post.