Victoria St was splashed with colour last week as a contingent of Cambridge Primary School pupils strolled through town in their favourite book character costumes.
The dress up parade was the culmination of the school’s annual Book Week, where students enjoy all sorts of literacy-oriented activities throughout the week. This year’s theme was The Classics.
Both staff and students – principal, teachers and pupils of all ages, as well as Cambridge Library staff – got into the Book Week spirit with a range of different costumes, from Marvel’s Captain America and Spiderman, to witches and wizards from Hogwarts and even Dr Seuss classics.
But the highlight for many would have been the contagious smiles the children passed on to the public, beaming from ear to ear as they showed off their work.
Well done Cambridge Primary for pulling of yet another successful – and very cute – annual book parade.