Overview of the Curriculum 2021-22
If you require any further information please contact Dr Alan Stokes, Director of Curriculum, at school or by emailing email@example.com.
Encouraging a love of reading is a culture that we really foster, both throughout the English department and the school as a whole. Students are encouraged to read widely forenjoyment and understanding. Every student has access to the latest library system and once a fortnight, they have a timetabled library lesson.
Recent research into the reading skills of 15 year olds across the world found that children who are more interested in reading do better at school than those who don’t read for pleasure.
The study also found that parents who talk to their children about books, TV programmes and films help to keep their children interested in reading.
Having books, newspapers and magazines around at home also made a difference to how interested children were in reading.
Top tips to help support reading:
You can help support your child’s reading by making them the ‘expert’ and getting them to tell about all the things they already know and can do.
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