Reading

Library books wish list

 

Help us to fill our library with high quality books.

Help us fill our library spaces with books, by donating new, read or unwanted books to our school.

Books and reading are at the heart of learning in our school, within our library areas !

  • Year 1 & 2 pupils enjoy using the large corridor space between the classrooms
  • Pupils in Years 3, 4, 5 & 6 benefit from a large open library within the school hall.

A range of seating, shelving and personal choice books within class; enable more pupils to read during the school day.

Give your unwanted books a second life!

We want reading and a life long love of reading to stay at the heart of our school's intent. We are updating the books within our school library , the PFA have kindly donated some funds to improve the quality of our reading books.  You can help us fill our new libraries quicker, giving all children even more choice and interest in books at school.

Parents, could you please check the school’s ’wish list’ of book titles and children’s authors(see below),to see if you have any of these books at home. Please could you donate these to school. This would help us on our journey to enhance our library.

Book 'wish lists'

We are looking for the following book titles and favourite children's authors please see the attached documents.

Are you using your local library?

We are extremely fortunate to have our own local library in Eccleston. It is in walking distance of school. Classes have been utilising this faciltity on our individual, focused 'class visits.' Does your child make the most of this free resources by having a library memebrship?

Visit by an Author

In the Summer term, we will be inviting a local author into school to share their passion for writing and reading with your child (further details to follow nearer the time). Can your child name any authors? Does your child a favourite author?

Reading Genres

Do you know the reading genre of the book your child is currently reading? Can your child tell you the type of book they are reading? For your help we have attached a list of genres (book types/styles), so that your child can identify this with you.

 

 

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