• /_files/images/slideshow/priory/News/1DC1B96BCD40ABBF58E488FD4CAC3C3F.jpg
  • /_files/images/slideshow/priory/News/748D8D10AB4CE8A79EAF7768E428C704.jpg
  • /_files/images/slideshow/priory/News/trophy.jpg

World Book Day entry

Priory students were invited to take part in a creative challenge to celebrate reading for pleasure; this year students were asked to respond, in any way they saw fit, to the statement 'Why we can't live without books.' William Ghest (Year 8) has been selected to represent The Priory Academy LSST's entry for the 2015 World Book Day Award. His carefully prepared stop-motion video took a very original slant to the statement, with his voiceover poem suggesting the human body contains books to remember how to operate. His unique entry stood out as he added emphasis to the idea that, as humans, we really can't survive without books. Well done, William! His entry has now been submitted to World Book Day who are awarding £10,000's worth of books for the winning entry's school library! The winner will be announced late March. We wish William the best of luck in the competition. 

Click on the link to see the video - Book Day stop Motion


    The Priory Federation of Academies, Lincoln