Pupils at Gordon Primary School in Huntley celebrated World Book Day in style.
Youngsters have been given the rare opportunity to come dressed to school – with a range of costumes on display.
In addition to the fun of dressing up, there was a lot of learning, as the kids made bookmarks and competed in quizzes.
John Smith, Vice-Head of Gordon Primary School, said: “The pupils had a fantastic World Book Day.
“We enjoyed dressing up, or coming to our universities, visiting the school library and getting a new book with tokens from Orbs Bookshop.
“The pupils made some lovely bookmarks, researched and used their knowledge to complete Book Bingo, completed an emoji book quiz and much more.”
World Book Day was established by UNESCO on April 23, 1995, as a global celebration of reading. Featured in over 100 countries around the world.
It is celebrated on Thursday, March 2, at Gordon Elementary School and in schools around the world.
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