Bookworms

Who We Are

We are a group of pupils who care deeply for our library and are enthusiastic about book reading. We meet every week to discuss everything our plans about how to make or library as good as it can be. We discuss how the library works as well as thinking of great ideas of how to get more people reading.

What We Do

We work with the school’s librarian to learn about how to use the Junior Librarian System. This is the computerised system we use to know what books we have in stock and using each pupil’s barcode we can see what books they have on loan and trends across a class or the whole school.

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Make a Difference

  • We promote books we love by sharing reviews and creating book blogs
  • We help with shelving books in alphabetical order using the CJS Reading Express themes
  • We issue and return books
  • We give ideas and help create library displays
  • We help other pupils find what they are looking for or make suggestions if they do not know what book to read next
  • We keep our classroom libraries tidy

News

Members

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M19
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To get more people reading a variety of books and the library to stock more difficult books.

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To get each year group to read a specific book and write and perform a play based on it.

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To make the library tidier and organised.  Also, to recommend books so that people can read them and enjoy them.

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To get more people reading and a robot in the library that organises books.

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To read 100 books, make a recommendation box that all pupils can contribute to, to encourage more people to read and to spread my passion for reading.

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To be able to recommend great books and improve the library.  To achieve a break time reading club.

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To encourage more people to read and get more David Walliams books in the library.

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To get more people reading in our school.  To get more books added to the library.

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To help the library stay more organised and make book recommendations for my classmates.  To get more books I like stocked in the library.

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To get more people to read more books.

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To have a “dress like a character” day, book swap day, book night or book week where we have extra reading sessions.

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To hold an event called “Pajama Day”, where everyone wears pajamas and reads books.

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To make a book council that includes bookworms and other leaders in the school.

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To push others to read harder and more complicated books.  To give out stickers every Friday.

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To help 4S win the reading competition and get more people reading.

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To have a “dress like a character” day, book swap day, book night or book week where we have extra reading sessions.

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To make a book blog named “Champion Readers” and have it put on the school website.

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To encourage more people to read, make the library even better and add more books people would read.

N26

To hold a pajama day where everyone in the school wears their pajamas, reads and swaps books.

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To get more people reading, because people should read more books.  To read a lot of series and books.