Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Fun, Creativity and Achievement

Building A Reading Partnership

 

 

 

Reading is at the heart of the curriculum at Pineham Barns. For children to be able to learn to the full, they need to be able to read and enjoy reading. From the very outset, we place huge emphasis on reading by ensuring every child masters the early reading skills and are able to decode fluently through the systematic teaching of synthetic phonics. By children mastering these skills from the outset, they can explore a wealth of different books and loose their imaginations in a whole different world. As a school, we recognise that for us to be able to heighten every child’s reading potential, we need to work in partnership with parents. Therefore, we offer a range of different reading opportunities for families to come into school and work with Miss Latham our Reading Lead and the rest of the Pineham Barns Team.

On this page, we regularly provide information for our families regarding supporting reading at home, including the presentations of the different workshops we offer.

Sharing a book with your child, the importance of reading at home by Professor Michael Rosen

 

Reading Year 1 Parent Booklet