Club Mascot, Christie the Cat, visited Skerton St Lukes primary last Friday to see the schools world book day in action.
In celebration of the schools world book day last week, club mascot Christie the Cat headed over to Skerton St Lukes primary school along with Jeremy Austin, the schools co-ordinator at Morecambe Community Sports.
It was great to see the effort that all of the children had put in to make their world book day as special as possible; there were many great costumes on display throughout the school and they all seemed to be thoroughly enjoying the day.
Christie went into each of the classrooms to greet the children and see what they were currently learning about in school; whilst also joining in on a little fun game where they couldn't get distracted from reading their books whilst Christie went around the room trying to put them off.
It is safe to say that the children loved meeting Christie the Cat, for some it was the first time that they had seem him before, but overall they seemed to find the short visit great fun.
During the afternoon we also visited Lancaster Christ Church to meet the Reception, year 2 and year 5 class; before having a reading stars session with a group of the year 5 children were they got the opportunity to read to Christie the Cat.
It was great to get out in the local community with the mascot and visit some of our local schools; something that I'm sure will be happening again in the near future.
We would just like to thank Skerton St Lukes and Lancaster Christ Church for allowing us to come along to their World Book/ Red Nose day and being so welcoming towards us.