Reading

Pumpkin Soup

Neverending Story Reading Extract

London Eye Mystery Reading Extract

Peace at Last

Room on the Broom

I Want My Mummy!

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Reading for pleasure:

The room should provide a print rich environment which motivates children to read. Children should have access to a variety of texts, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, play scripts, environmental print, instructions and media texts that:

  • Reflect their needs and interests
  • Promote reading for different purposes
  • Encourage them to read for pleasure
  • Provide opportunities for researching and managing information
  • Stimulate and challenge
  • Enhance their experiences

Children need frequent opportunities to read materials of their own choice. This will enable them to consolidate and embed the skills acquired during modelled, shared and guided sessions. They should be given time to talk about what they are reading and share their ideas with others.

In addition to this, all classes have a selection of whole class books which are read by the class teacher almost every school day. This develops children’s interest and knowledge in a range of genres. 

Useful Links for Phonics & Reading
Teaching sound blending
Teaching a Set 1 Sound
What is Read Write Inc. Phonics?
Understanding phonics
How to pronounce pure sounds
Storytime: an essential part of your child’s reading journey
Oxford Owl
Reading Eggs
BBC Phonics
BH Reading Guide

Further evidence of reading can be found on:

Reading Challenge Blogs

Project Week Video Blogs

Individual Class Blogs