reading for pleasure

Often people think that we should stop reading out loud to children once they can read to themselves but reading aloud means that children, no matter what age, can enjoy and dream and develop a love of reading.

Did you know that children who read for fun, for pleasure, are more likely to do well academically in ALL subjects?


We are working on an online library – we will let you know about this on the APP as soon as it is available.  Nearly there…..


No Place like home – great for older children to think about what makes their home so special as well as a simple story book for younger children.

Open Very Carefully: Nick Bromley, Nicola O'Byrne ...

There’s a Hole in the Bottom of the sea….

A Hole in the Bottom of the Sea (Singalong): Jessica ...

A lovely story for all ages to share – why not try it with the signing option too.








The Great Paper Caper – it links really well with the paper aeroplane projects.  Perhaps you could think about wasting paper, where paper comes from and what we can all do to help.

Listen to this week’s story – these stories are perfect for all age groups.  Snuggle down and start to imagine:

Owl Babies

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