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Reading at 58影视

Reading should be fun 鈥 not just a compulsory part of the curriculum. Unless it鈥檚 something that excites students, they鈥檙e unlikely to become an eager reader for life. That鈥檚 why we recommend students exploring the world of reading outside of what is taught in the class.

Recommended Reading List to support Complex Issues and Mental Health

Books to support Complex Issues and Mental Health

Our Reading Achievements

Revisit some of our amazing reading achievements and moments in the gallery below. You can also view the story behind some of these pictures in their related articles found here:

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Student publication success in Creative Writing Competition 鈥 58影视

Booktrust Winners

Author Talk – Alexandra Sheppard Oh My Gods

Robin Hood Hacking Heists Flaming Arrows – World Book Day

Festival of Literature – Year 7

 

 

The importance of reading

You will find the most recent advice for parents from the Education Endowment Foundation in these documents who are working closely with the government to minimise the impact of loss of schooling. Their info graphics are a useful tool for parents to maintain their child’s interest and engagement with reading. Some of the statements used are geared more towards Primary children but they give an idea of what conversations around reading could sound like and ways you can encourage it.

Read with trust

Talk with Trust

Top tips to support reading at home

Student Book Reviews

View the latest student book reviews

KS3 Recommended Reading List

While in KS3, students should try to read a wide variety of types of books. They should broaden their choices and not just stick to one author, or one genre. Experiment with something new. That is one reason why this list is arranged in genre-based sections. As well as reading books, don鈥檛 forget that non-fiction such as newspapers and magazines are also excellent reading material and will get students used to a range of reading experiences that will set them up well for GCSE and beyond, as well as broadening their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live.

KS3 Recommended Reading List

KS4 Recommended Reading List

While in KS4, students should try to read a wide variety of books. They should read diversely and broaden their choices of author, genre and text type. Experiment with something new. That is one of the reasons why this list is arranged in genre-based sections. As well as reading books, don鈥檛 forget that non-fiction such as newspapers and magazines are also excellent reading material and will get students used to a range of reading experiences that will set them up well for GCSE and beyond, as well as broadening their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live.

KS4 Recommended Reading List