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Learning at Home

Reading at Home


Reading on a regular basis is extremely important to enable children to have the chance to practise what they have learnt at school. Parents can support school with their child's reading by hearing them read on a daily basis. When hearing your child read, ask them lots of questions about the book to make sure they have understood what they have read. Remind the children to look in the book and search for clues to help them answer the questions. 


All children in school have a username and password for 'Bug Club'. This is an online resource where the children can log in, read age appropriate books and answer questions based on what they have been reading. 


If you hear your child read at home, please complete the Home Reading Record so the teachers can see what you have been practising. All classes have a reward system at school where the children can earn rewards for reading at home on a regular basis. 


Other ways to help your child with Reading at home.

  • Visit the local library and choose different books for you to share at home. 
  • Sit and share a story with your child/ren as often as you can.
  • Practise any Phonics words or sounds sent home by the teachers. 


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