1 April 2020

During this time of uncertainty, one of the best things you can do, as a parent/carer, is to establish a clear routine. Daily reading needs to be a key part of your child daily structure. Not only does it extend, develop and challenge your child's learning and understanding, it develops creativity, contributes to well being and gives you time, as a parent/carer, to connect with your child and enjoy a little bit of escapism together.

Whilst, as a school, we have sent home additional reading books and English activities (via Seesaw and the class blogs), we need to look at alternatives to sustain enthusiasm for reading. Due to the current circumstances, a raft of free reading resources have become available online. To support you and your child, we recommend the following:

Oxford Owl

Collins Resources - username: parents@harpercollins.co.uk   password: Parents20!

Storyline

All You Can Books

Children's Library

Amazon

Mrs P’s Magic Library 

Get Epic

Kids World of Fun

myON

Pearson Books

Phonics Play