Reading at Home
Whilst children are learning from home, one of the most important things for them to do is to continue reading each day.
“Reading for pleasure has a dramatic impact on educational outcomes, wellbeing and social mobility, and is also a huge pleasure in itself.” – The Book Trust
Learn more about the benefits of reading below:
Reading at Home links
Here are some links you may find useful for reading at home with you children.
For children in KS1, you may also wish to access Oxford Owl. This website has lots of helpful information and resources which link with your child’s reading and learning of phonics in school.
This website also provides information on how to help if your child is a struggling reader and how to develop their comprehension skills from home too.
Click the image below to visit the website.
Years 4 – 6 have access to Reading Plus, where children have access to appropriate texts to their reading level and the opportunity to practise with their own login at any time. If you are unsure of your child’s log in, please contact their class teacher.
Some children in school have access to Lexia, a reading intervention programme to help them progress and develop their reading skills. Each child on Lexia has their own login, please contact your child’s class teacher if you are unsure or require help logging on.