Books, books and more books filled the hall today. All the books from across the school have been gathered together so that they can be banded, checked and redistributed across the classes. Have fun reading, everybody!
On Monday, Year 4’s home learning asked them to think of a question based upon their reading. Joe in 4S has a question for you all:
What was the prize for the winning raft team?
Can anybody find the answer? Write it in the comments if you know!
There were literally hundreds of certificates to award this morning in Celebration Assembly: house star certificates, pen licences, reading awards, character awards, Reading Plus certificates, Attendance awards…
The QPA reading game commenced today, with many classes taking their first steps onto the board. Prizes will be awarded when classes reach certain points on the board as a result of the reading that they complete during the week. Who will be first to a prize space?
Tomorrow a book bus will be visiting the school, offering the pupils the opportunity to purchase a book from a wide range of titles across different genres of literature. If you would like your child to buy a book, then please send them in with some money in a named envelope. Books start from £3.
Congratulations to 6D we have set a new record for our weekly reading challenge – 148 reads!
This week’s reading totals were incredible across the school! Congratulations to 5AP who won the reading trophy this week and to Year 6 who averaged over 110 reads per class.
‘If you read, you succeed!’
Congratulations to our first winner of a gold reading badge. In order to qualify to wear this badge, the proud owner has completed 4 separate reading bingo boards – 24 complete books. Superb achievement!
We love it when children rise to a challenge and 4U certainly have! They have smashed the record set last week by 4D by achieving a score of 162 independent reads this week. This means that every child has read at least 5 times during the week. Amazing achievement!