Gallery: Redbridge schools celebrate World Book Day
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Children dressed up in their favourite characters, and wore pyjamas for a bed time story.
Eastcourt Independent School, in Eastwood Road, Goodmayes held a large assembly to celebrate World Book Day.
Pupils dressed as their favourite characters and had stories read to them.
The event was designed to encourage a love of reading.
The children of John Bramston Primary School, in Newcastle Avenue, Hainault, returned to school at 5pm with their parents, for a bed time story.
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They dressed in their pyjamas, brought their pillows, and were served hot chocolate and toast.
Teachers narrated their favourite bed time stories and the pupils listened on transfixed.
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Parents and children from across the borough tweeted their outfits for the day.