Please click the above link to see how Reading is implemented at our School.
World Book Day Trail
Below are all the details you need to take part in the World Book Day trail, which will run from Saturday 27th February to Sunday 7th March.
World Book Day 2021
Read the letter from Mr Stuttard about All Saints' World Book Day events in 2021.
If you would like to try to complete your Book Bingo grid (number 1 is for Reception, Year 1 and Year 2; number two is for Year 3 and over), download the template here:
Reading at Home
Explore evidence-based guidance from the Educational Endowment Foundation to help your child read at home.
eBook Reading Licence
Read about our Christmas Wish List here. We are working in collaboration with a local book shop to fill our shelves with poetry, ready for our Winter Poetry Recital on Tuesday 15th December.
Please also visit our page dedicated to the teaching of Phonics at All Saints'.
This is an excellent guide, from The Children's Literacy Charity, about reading at home: 'Top Ten Tips for Busy Mums, Dads and Carers'.
Furthermore, please visit this website for a guide specifically aimed at strategies to support a struggling or reluctant reader at home.
All Saints' 'Books for Bedtime' initiative - making sure that all our children have a library card so they could read and listen to new books for free. We are trying to address the national statistic that only 32% of children under eight-years old are read to daily by an adult. See the letter here.
Thank you for joining in with our World Book Day celebrations. We really wanted this year to be a celebrations of authors and inspire 'character talk'. Read about everything we did here.
Do you remember our Book Bingo? That was so much fun!