Bute pupils have the write stuff for World Book Day

Primary pupils across the island took part in World Book Day last week, with some dressing up as characters from their favourite books.

Pupils and staff at Rothesay Primary School dressed up as their favourite book characters.

North Bute Primary pupils visited Mount Stuart where they were shown a selection of books from the attraction’s collection of more than 20,000 books – some of which are hundreds of years old.

In addition, pupils at Rothesay Primary and St Andrew’s Primary dressed up and held events in their schools.

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Pupils at St Andrews Primary in Rothesay still managed to play badminton while dressed up.
These Rothesay pupils showed their love for books.
Pupils from North Bute Primary School visited Mount Stuart as part of World Book Day.
North Bute pupils at Mount Stuart.
St Andrews pupils dressed up as characters from The Wizard of Oz.
Pupils at St Andrews Primary School in Rothesay dressed up as Gangsta Granny.
Even staff at St Andrews Primary School in Rothesay got dressed up
Pupils from North Bute Primary School visited Mount Stuart as part of World Book Day.
A book fair at Rothesay Primary.
Staff from Rothesay Primary School got dressed up for World Book Day.