How was your day?

10th March 2000 at 00:00
Kim Bishop, literacy co-ordinator at Bodmin Community College, Cornwall, spends a lot of her budget on chocolate. The school library will open early today for a breakfast club and will stay open for a late "winter warmer" session (free ht chocolate with chocolate on the side). Pupils photographed with their favourite book will get more chocolate. The 1,440-pupil school will "drop everything and read" for 20 minutes from 11am. Not enough chocolate to go round.


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