We love to dress up as literary characters #bookweek

One of our favourite special days is the traditional ‘Dress up as your favourite literary character’ day. As always we had some wonderfully creative and comical characters. The support from teachers was particularly impressive – thank you for making the effort; you looked fantastic. Students had fun dressing up too and looked great.

In this photo you can see our principal, Mr Jeremy Ludowyke, as a very elegant Hercule Poirot, surrounded by The Invisible Man (Mr Blair Mahoney), Alex DeLarge (Mr Peter Cogo) from A Clockwork Orange, Brienne of Tarth from Game of Thrones (Ms Anne-Marie Brownhill), Robin Hood (Dr Rami Stiglec) and others.

One of the winners (Robin Hood)

Chopper from One Piece (Sam Bi)

Mr Blair Mahoney as The Invisible Man from the H. G. Wells novel

Sylvia Plath (Ms Kate Crossley) and  (Mr Chris Bush) as  Timothy Conigrave from Holding the Man.

Mrs Sowerberry from Oliver Twist (Steampunk style) and Willy Wonka (Pam Saunders)

Here is Mr Ross Barham about to have his professional development interview in full costume as Pris from Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep.

Holly Golightly from Breakfast at Tiffany’s (Ms Pelissa Tsilmidos) and Ms Alex Grimwade.

Ms Denise Beanland as the first Mrs Rochester

Alex DeLarge (Mr Peter Cogo) from A Clockwork Orange

Gretel (Ms Libby Briggs) without her brother, Hansel.

Joseph Nguyen as Tin Tin

Carlo Piccolo-Cody as Calvin from Calvin and Hobbes

See you next year!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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