A rap star proved Reading is Amazing when he visited Springfield Elementary School for World Book Day.
MC Grammar – otherwise known as Jacob Mitchell – visited Kempston School on March 3 to perform his new song.
All the students at the school, from kindergarten to grade 6, watched him perform, and the kids and staff all dressed up as rappers.
Students have been learning the lyrics to the new song – Reading is Amazing – since its release last Friday.
The primary school, part of the Chiltern Learning Trust, has worked closely with Jacob since January 2020. He has been visiting the school regularly to support rapid improvement in reading and English across the board. ‘school.
His close ties to the school are what encouraged his exclusive representation of World Book Day in Springfield.
MC Grammar told kids on his show that reading just one book can change your life. He went on to explain how a video of him rapping the famous children’s book “The Gruffalo” to his daughter went viral and launched his career.
Claire Andrews, Head of Springfield Primary School, said: “On the 25th anniversary of World Book Day, the Springfield team is delighted to join the MC Grammar team in sharing the passion of reading across our school.
“MC Grammar is a fundamental part of teaching and learning here in Springfield. He is an inspirational, award-winning and internationally recognized educator for all children and staff at our school. Together we are working towards a common goal to strengthen our passion for reading and stories, ‘Reading is Amazing’”
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This notice was published: 2022-03-04 16:44:53