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Catholic Voluntary Academy

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Our Genuine Love for Reading

Reading is important because it develops the mind. ...

Understanding the written word is one way the mind grows in its ability.

Teaching young children to read helps them develop their language skills. It also helps them learn to listen.

 

Every week, the children will be assigned a coloured book band book from class, along with a class library book and two books on Rising Stars. Each time your child reads a school book, please write a note and comment in their orange reading diary to let me know how they have read at home.

The children will also be reading at least once in school with an adult. 

 

As part of out school homework, we do expect the children to read at

least four times at home each week.

If your child reads 5 times each week (4 reads at home and 1 read at school),

your child will receive a stamp on their reading chart which will be stuck in their orange reading diary. For every 25 reads, I will hand out a reading certificate.

 

Why not complete your reading homework each week and work towards Miss Duong's reading certificates?! Each certificate is labelled with the number of reads and includes a unique reading quote which the children really enjoyed learning.

Reading VIPERS - questions to ask when reading with your child

100 Fictional books to read before you leave Primary School

Pearson provides information on the importance of reading

Books we have read in class

Showing our love for reading - We read everyday!

Friday Library Book Swap in full swing

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