Reading is the best tool we have to boost our imagination, whether it is travelling to hidden places or solving a mystery in the style of Sherlock Holmes, without leaving our favourite corner. In its continuous effort to promote reading, the Francisco Márquez Villanueva Library is organising the 10th Edition of the summer reading challenge.
Its aim is for students to take advantage of the well-deserved summer holidays to read as many books as possible from different genres, with a prize to be won by all those who complete their summer reading passport. The challenge is divided into two categories:
- For PYP pupils between Year 1 and Year 5: they will have to complete a ‘line’ in the passport, which consists of a fun bingo. In order to enter the competition and be eligible for the prize, PYP students will need to complete five consecutive boxes mixing different genres for further enrichment. They can download the passport at the following link, in which they will have to write down which books they have read and hand it in to the Library staff in September.
- For MYP students, the different modalities of Baccalaureate, families and collaborators: the challenge is to read at least three different books. You can download the passport at the following link, which will also be collected by the Library staff at the end of the summer.
We hope you enjoy the summer reading challenge as much as we do, and we look forward to seeing you in September to discover the winners!