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Reading at Home

Reading frequently at home can really make a difference to a child's progress and attainment, not just in reading but across the curriculum. 


Reading books and home-school diaries should be brought into school and taken home daily.


Children are allocated a phonetically decodable reading book, based on their current phonetic knowledge. Children are heard read once a week by an adult in school. We encourage you to read your child's reading book with them as frequently as possible during the week that they have it. The aim is for children to become fluent readers and rereading the same text does really support this.