Reading for pleasure is the single biggest indicator of a child’s future success. We cannot emphasize enough the Importance of reading in today’s time, and in the last two years, with the menace of Covid 19 over us, forcing us to be indoors, its importance has only increased. This is the very reason we chose to end this academic session with the celebration of “World Book Day” to remind readers to take this opportunity to read even more, and for non-reader/new readers to start reading. We have our very own “Book Lounge” from where the students can pick and choose the book of their choice and just read online.
World Book Day founder, Baroness Gail Rebuck, says “We wanted to do something to reposition reading and our message is the same today as it was then – that reading is fun, relevant, accessible, exciting, and has the power to transform lives.”
We prepared a presentation for the Middle Schoolers where we had grades 9 and 11 and some of our very best teachers to speak to our students through recorded videos on how they began their reading journey and how it has helped them. The students enjoyed listening to them and we hope that they are encouraged enough to continue/start reading.
Please enjoy some snippets of this day.
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