‘Amazing costumes’ on display at World Book Day event

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Starfish class. Pictures: Miss Boor

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Starfish class. Pictures: Miss Boor - Credit: Archant

Pupils and staff at one Lowestoft-area primary school dressed up as their favourite book characters during a successful event.

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Orca class. Pictures: Miss Boor

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Orca class. Pictures: Miss Boor - Credit: Archant

Some 'amazing costumes' were on display at Corton Primary School as they took part in World Book Day.

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Seahorse class. Pictures: Miss Boor

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Seahorse class. Pictures: Miss Boor - Credit: Archant

After the school's annual World Book Day event was postponed earlier this month due to the snow, new hairstyles and outfits were worn last Thursday, March 8.

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Shark class. Pictures: Miss Boor

World Book Day was celebrated at Corton Primary School. The Shark class. Pictures: Miss Boor - Credit: Archant

Some of the pupils came dressed as the likes of Peter Rabbit, Willy Wonka, Gangsta Granny and Little Red Riding Hood with prizes and certificates awarded in each of the year groups.

Staff members at the school in The Street, Corton also donned new costumes for the day – with three of the teachers praised for their Three Little Pigs outfits.


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A school spokesman said: 'Well done to all the children for dressing up in some amazing costumes for World Book Day.

'All the children and staff looked fantastic.'

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