First years enjoying some DEAR time sitting English class ( Drop everything and read)
Congratulations t the World Book Day ‘Design a bookmark’ winners Taylor Jordan, Katie Dore & Catherine Walsh
Runners up in the world Book Day Competition were Elena Falvey Keelin O Brien, Evan O Callaghan, Orla Bennis & Molly Flavin
World Book Day was in full swing in Hazelwood yesterday. Kicking off with a bookmark design competition, the first and second years then each received a book for their own enjoyment. There was some exciting speed book dating and then some whole school DEAR time (drop everything and read) reminding us all that all of the technology in the world can’t beat a good book.
Aoibhinn O’Keeffe, First Year, dressed the part for World Book Day as she discusses the novel ‘Private Peaceful’ in the course of an event to mark World Book Day in Hazelwood College
Cian Nash (front left) and Cian Ryan (front right) discuss books as part of a first year event in Hazelwood College to mark World Book Day
Hazelwood College first year students participated in an event to mark World Book Day, where they dressed as characters from books or auto-biographies they are currently reading. Pictured are (from left to right) Donagh McCarthy, who is reading Steven Gerrard’s autobiography, Eamonn O’Kelly, currently reading ‘Wonder’ and Aoibhinn O’Keeffe, who is currently reading ‘Private Peaceful’.
Hazelwood College first year students from Mr Matt Finn’s 1A Class, are pictured dressed as characters from their favourite books to mark World Book Day recently
Hazelwood College 1B group with their teacher Ms Mairead Daly being awarded their certificates of recognition for participating in the Hazelwood College.
Hazelwood College 1C group after being awarded their certificates of recognition for participating in the Hazelwood College Annual First Year Reading Challenge.
Hazelwood College 1D group after being awarded their certificates of recognition for participating in the Hazelwood College Annual First Year Reading Challenge.
Hazelwood College Transition Year Programme students who dressed up as their favourite as part of the eighteenth World Book Day, which was Thursday, 5th March 2015. The students participated as part of their English studies with Mr Matt Finn.
Hazelwood College first year English students during a ‘Speed Book Dating’ event as part of their ‘World Book Day’ activities. Students were encouraged to discuss books with each other to encourage reading for pleasure.
Lauren O’Brien and Aoife O’Callaghan, Hazelwood College first year students participate in D.E.A.R. (Drop Everything And Read) as part of their ‘World Book Day’ events. D.E.A.R. encouraged all members of the school community to participate in reading in order to build on their literacy skills in a way that was enjoyable and encouraged students to read.
Hazelwood College fifth year students (back row pictured from left to right) Saoirse Murray, Paul Kirwan, Ciara Lenihan and Martina O Leary; (middle row, left to right) Alex Culhane and Dan Noonan; (front row, left to right) Michelle McCarthy, Emily Rose Mulcahy and Sheila Fitzpatrick participate in Drop Everything And Read (DEAR) as part of ‘World Book Day’ which was designed to encourage students to develop their literacy skills and to inculcate a love of reading.
Hazelwood College first year students participate in DEAR (Drop Everything And Read) as part of the recent ‘World Book Day’, an event designed to allow all members of the school community to enjoy reading at a designated time. The event reinforces a love of reading and strengthens the literacy skills of those who participate. Pictured are (from left to right) Jack Walmsley, Brian Stack, Jack Walsh and Conor Stack