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Spring is our reading challenge term.

Children and families are encouraged to stretch themselves with reading over the next few weeks. The aim is for every child to read daily, from a range of sources: books, newspapers, magazines, the internet etc.

Children will be rewarded with raffle tickets and there will be a weekly draw. Children can win a limited edition Wormley Reader Bear or magazines and books.

We are also seeking photos of extreme reading – as in this photo – reading anytime any place (as long as children are safe!) At the end of term, one family in each phase will receive family tickets to the cinema. This is a family challenge! The greater number of tickets, the greater possibility of becoming a winner!! Don’t forget to record reading together in the children’s reading records as these are vital as evidence in assessing children’s reading to see if they read widely and with commitment to a book.