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Snaresbrook school visited by the Gruffalo and Star Wars storm trooper

PUBLISHED: 15:04 29 February 2016 | UPDATED: 16:12 29 February 2016

Sam Swallow, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as book character The Gruffalo.
 Photo: Isabel Infantes

Sam Swallow, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as book character The Gruffalo. Photo: Isabel Infantes

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Young children dressed up as their favourite heroes and villains from some of the world’s favourite books to mark an annual event at their school.

Aditya Taneja, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as a stormtrooper for the day. Photo: Isabel InfantesAditya Taneja, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as a stormtrooper for the day. Photo: Isabel Infantes

Pupils from reception to Year 6 at Forest School, College Place, Snaresbrook, dressed up as a Star Wars Storm Troopers, Harry Potter, Snow White and the Gruffalo and many more.

The annual Book Character Day takes place each year on the last day of the preparatory school’s book week.

Earlier that week, children’s author Gareth P.Jones who wrote the Dragon Detective Agency series of books spent the day with pupils and read extracts of his work to them.

Aadi Lakhani, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as Harry Potter for the day. Photo: Isabel InfantesAadi Lakhani, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as Harry Potter for the day. Photo: Isabel Infantes

Scarlett Sheen, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as a princess for the day. Photo: Isabel InfantesScarlett Sheen, from Forest School, Snaresbrook, dresses up as a princess for the day. Photo: Isabel Infantes


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