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Parents may find it useful to know that we teach phonics using 'Read Write Inc'.
Finding it difficult to motivate your child to read? Here is a guide written for dad's (but equally useful for any male relative) about how you can do your bit to encourage reading.
We would be delighted to hear any feedback from the article. Or, if you have any tricks, tips or advice that you think would help others, we'd be delighted to hear about them and share them on the website. 

Lovereading4schools is a new, free website designed to help schools and parents encourage a love of reading among their children


The site is enthusiastically endorsed by Children's Author, Jacqueline Wilson: 'It's a fantastic way to get as many children as possible to love reading!'


Lovereading4schools has, with the help of experts in the field, compiled reading lists for school years 1-9. And we believe that having these lists on-line is incredibly convenient for parents as they can view books from the comfort of their home, decide which to buy, and then have them delivered direct. 


This great new service is FREE for schools and parents. Even better, all the books featured on Lovereading4schools are available to buy with a 25% discount on the RRP.

But that’s not all. For every £100 spent by parents of our school we are given a £5 book voucher to help build our school library, benefiting your child even further.


You will find our reading lists, broken down by academic year, at the following address:

You will be asked to register as a parent and create your own account. It’s free, and very important as it enables us to be sent our free book vouchers for the school library. All you need is an email address and a password that you can remember.


Once you have registered you will need to LOGIN each time you visit the school reading lists.

After registration you will be sent to the schools book page and there just click on any of the book lists to see the books in those lists.


Finally, please remember to bookmark our school’s page to make it easier for you next time you visit the site.