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Children at All Saints Inter-church Academy in March turn bikes and scooters into characters to kick-start book week





School children got creative to show off their favourite books.

All Saints Inter-church Academy had a grand parade of blinged-up bikes and scooters.

Many children and their families decorated their bikes and scooters in the theme of a book or character for the start of book week.

The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters

Holly Baumber, assistant head teacher at the school, said: “We had a wonderful parade of blinged-up vehicles illustrating a range of books from the Very Hungry Caterpillar to Charlie and the Chocolate Factory.”

Steve Clarke from Sustrans, a walking, wheeling, and cycling charity, is working with the school on safer cycling initiatives and judged the winners.

The school then read books and wrote about bicycles.

The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters
The children turned their bikes and scooters into characters

Holly added: “It was a lovely start to book week.”



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