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Extreme Readers: How Extreme is Your Reading?

 

Calling All Students!

 

How extreme is your reading?

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We want you to get someone to take a picture of yourself reading in an extreme way! This could be in an extreme place or it could be in an extreme way.

Bring in a picture of yourself reading an an extreme way.

Everyone that does will receive 5 Dojo points!

Use your imagination, be creative and make sure that you are SAFE when you are reading.

Take a look at where your teachers have been reading below:

Mr Thomas, avid Manchester United fan, caught reading the match day programme before watching a footballing masterpiece at Old Trafford. Come on you Reds!

Mr Thomas, avid Manchester United fan, caught reading the match day programme before watching a footballing masterpiece at Old Trafford. Come on you Reds!

Mrs Boardley caught red handed in the cinema, reading about J. K. Rowling’s magical creatures in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Watch the film, Mrs Boardley!

Mrs Boardley caught red handed in the cinema, reading about J. K. Rowling’s magical creatures in Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them. Watch the film, Mrs Boardley!

Looks like Mr Adamson was in the doghouse this week. He was spotted reading a nonfictional book about wolves with Beans, his dog. He must be barking mad!

Looks like Mr Adamson was in the doghouse this week. He was spotted reading a nonfictional book about wolves with Beans, his dog. He must be barking mad!

Miss Etchells can’t resist reading Rebecca Gerling’s Ho-Ho Hopeless Santa, whilst doing her Christmas shopping. Hopefully she isn’t ho-ho hopeless at buying presents!

Miss Etchells can’t resist reading Rebecca Gerling’s Ho-Ho Hopeless Santa, whilst doing her Christmas shopping. Hopefully she isn’t ho-ho hopeless at buying presents!

Mrs Kays spotted reading Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice in a novel way, high up in the moors on a winter’s moor-ning.

Mrs Kays spotted reading Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice in a novel way, high up in the moors on a winter’s moor-ning.

Mrs Howarth taking a break from her Christmas shopping at the Trafford Centre by reading Sue Perkins’ biography, Spectacle. Do you not need your spectacles to read this, Mrs Howarth?

Mrs Howarth taking a break from her Christmas shopping at the Trafford Centre by reading Sue Perkins’ biography, Spectacle. Do you not need your spectacles to read this, Mrs Howarth?

Mrs Harrison-Graham spotted reading C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in the Key Stage 2 cupboard. Narnia is not through there!

Mrs Harrison-Graham spotted reading C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in the Key Stage 2 cupboard. Narnia is not through there!

Mrs O’Hara monkeying around with a banana, whilst reading Michael Morpurgo’s My Friend Walter. This isn’t a zoo, Mrs O’Hara!

Mrs O’Hara monkeying around with a banana, whilst reading Michael Morpurgo’s My Friend Walter. This isn’t a zoo, Mrs O’Hara!

No excuses from Mrs Hollingworth, as she wraps up to read Oscar Wilde’s much-loved Stories For Children, despite a broken boiler. Looking extremely cool in the hat and gloves!

No excuses from Mrs Hollingworth, as she wraps up to read Oscar Wilde’s much-loved Stories For Children, despite a broken boiler. Looking extremely cool in the hat and gloves!

Mrs Hall seen reading about Jack Russells at home after the new arrival to the family. Looks like Matilda wants to read about them too!

Mrs Hall seen reading about Jack Russells at home after the new arrival to the family. Looks like Matilda wants to read about them too!

Miss Howard was busy reading Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall to a dog in the fog. Looks a bit chilly out there, Miss Howard!

Miss Howard was busy reading Hilary Mantel’s Wolf Hall to a dog in the fog. Looks a bit chilly out there, Miss Howard!

Mr Groake, leisurely reading Horrible Histories in the local baths. Don’t drop your book, Mr Groarke!

Mr Groake, leisurely reading Horrible Histories in the local baths. Don’t drop your book, Mr Groarke!

Mrs Wilson spotted reading J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on the hockey pitch when she should be defending. Concentrate on the game, Mrs Wilson!

Mrs Wilson spotted reading J. K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on the hockey pitch when she should be defending. Concentrate on the game, Mrs Wilson!

Mrs Rudd spotted wading through a stream, whilst reading Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine. Turn around Mrs Rudd, someone has fallen in!

Mrs Rudd spotted wading through a stream, whilst reading Roald Dahl’s George’s Marvellous Medicine. Turn around Mrs Rudd, someone has fallen in!

Mrs Thorne-Marsh spotted reading Jackie Morris’ Tell Me a Dragon to her collection of magical creatures.

Mrs Thorne-Marsh spotted reading Jackie Morris’ Tell Me a Dragon to her collection of magical creatures.