Caped crusaders, crazy costumes and colourful characters – it’s shaping up to be a jam-packed week of fun and creativity this Book Week, bringing children and books together in our schools all across the Diocese. Read more about Book Week 2019 across the Diocese here.
At Holy Family Ingleburn, the Book Week parade is a wonderfully joyful and inventive display of writing, drama and musical talent – organised around a whole-school play led by librarian, Dianne Winarczyk, who writes an original script inspired by the storyline or characters of a well-known children's book. This year, students entered the castle from ‘Beauty and the Beast', where they found Lumiere, the castle maître d' (turned candelabra), and Cogsworth, the castle majordomo (turned clock). With the help of Lumiere's suave encouragement and plenty of audience interaction, both characters work together to discover the magic that could break their spell and save the day!