Welcome back to our reading page 2018/19!
Find out what is happening around school by looking at our reading page.
If you have any ideas for anything else you would like to see then have a chat with Mrs Russell.
Enjoy our page!
We had a ‘character hunt’ around school and the children got very competitive! Do you know your ‘Wimpy Kid’ from your ‘Harry Potter’?
Wednesday 6th March
Thursday 7th March is World Book Day!
See below for all of the information about what will be happening in school. We hope to see parents and carers in classes at 9:00am to share a story and make a book mark!
The World Book Day website is excellent with lots of resources and activities so you might want to have a little look.
Tuesday 5th February
Our Reading Champions have been looking at all things World Book Day to get some ideas for what we could do on the day.
Our Reading Champions got into pairs today and chose a book they could both read. They plan to get back together to talk about what they have read and hopefully they will enjoy the books so much they will want to recommend them to you. Watch this space to see how they get on!
Monday 26th November
We have our first book recommendation created by our reading chanmpions. Have a little look and watch out for more!
Wednesday 21st November
It has been lovely to see children sharing books during lunchtime. The reading champions have also been on hand to read books and can be found in the Play Base during most lunchtimes. Would you like to pop in and read during lunchtime? Then come on in!
Monday 12th November
Our Reading Champions are up and running again and you will see them at lunchtimes reading in the Play Base, reading with children in Reception and doing other reading jobs around school. They are all happy to talk to you about books or help you choose a book so please just ask.
Have a look at our 'I can . . . ' sheets for each year group. You might find them interesting to look at, at home, and your parents may find them helpful to see what you are learning in school.
From reading the 'I can . . . ' statements, what do you think you are good at? What do you think you need to work on?
We had a fantastic end to our poetry week with our first ever Poetry Concert.
40 children from across school learned a poem and performed it in front of the whole school!
The Reception children learned a poem as a year group and gave a superb performance in front of everyone with super confidence and expression.
Everyone was incredibly impressed with all of the children and we had two performances chosen by our special guest, Eric Ferguson, who were awarded books.
It was so successful that you should watch this space in case we choose to have another!
Monday 22nd October
Reading week is here! Let’s get poetic!
We have lots happening in school this week to celebrate poetry.
Already there have been children reading in the ‘Poetry Corner’ at lunchtime, sharing poems with each other and starting to learn them off by heart ready for our ‘Poetry Concert’ on Friday. What a super start to the week!
What a busy day we have had today!
One of our Year 2 children has been inspired by his topic - Superheroes - and after all of the books they have read in class, he went home and created his own book with the help of his dad. Take a look, it’s super!
We already have a Super Learner! Our super keen year 6 has been reading throughout the holidays and has come back to school with enthusiasm and brilliant reading skills. Mrs Preshous was dazzled today and is looking forward to seeing more from this talented young man - keep it up!
Classes have great plans for class readers this term. They are displayed around school and have a little look below at what you will see. Have a chat with other children and ask about their reading and if they would recommend their book. 😀
Can you work out which book is for which year group?
Around school today, children have already been reading and choosing new reading books! It is super to see our super readers setting the example! Well done everyone!