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Reading For Pleasure

Thank you to all the parents of Reception, Year 1 and Year 2 children who have joined our Reading Events on Friday September 24th and October 1st & 4th.  They have been very well attended.

 

Next Friday, 15th October is for Year 3 Parents/Carers.  Please do come along to get some hints on how to read with your child at home and learn about the importance of developing a love of reading. 

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At Our Lady and Saint Philomena’s Catholic Primary School we believe that reading is crucial for children’s development. Reading should not be seen as a chore but as pleasure to enjoy.

We've achieved the Liverpool Reading Quality Mark for Bronze...next stop Silver!


In order raise the profile of Reading for Pleasure we have had lots of events and we're excited to hold lots more!

 

I wonder what will happen on World Book Day 2021...

 

 

Listen to a story

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Mr Doyle shares Northern Lights

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Miss Williams shares Hungry Caterpillar 🐛

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Miss Watt shares Wonder

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Miss Adshead shares Wizards of Once 🧙‍♂️

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Mrs Dwyer shares a story

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Helpful hints to support reading at home.

Reading Rockets!

 

You may have heard your child talk about reading lots more books this term, well this is because we're holding a challenge in school.

 

Reading Rockets are present in every classroom.

 

Children must read 5 Home Reader books and have this recorded in their Reading Record. They can use their bookmark to keep track.

 

Every 5 books means they move up the rocket, they get their Reading Record signed by a teacher of their choice, and if they get to 50+ there will be a special prize! (Watch this space)

 

Let the challenge begin!

Roald Dahl Virtually Live!

Our Fantastic Library

Reading Buddies enjoy the sunshine

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