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Safer Internet Day – 9th February 2021

An internet we trust: exploring reliability in the online world This year in the UK, Safer Internet Day explores reliability online. The internet has an amazing range of information and opportunities online, but how do we separate fact from fiction? Safer Internet Day will be celebrated globally with the slogan: Together for a better internet.  Click HERE for Family Activities Here you’ll find fun and engaging activities that parents and carers…

Online safety in lockdown

Right now, children will be spending more time online. So there are tips and advice to help you keep your kids safe online during lockdown and beyond. The last year has been anything but normal, and as we enter a new lockdown, it’s likely that children are going to continue to spend more time online. From advice on gaming to helping manage your child’s wellbeing online, the NSPCC lockdown hub…

Reading Together day – 16th July 2020

Families across the country are invited to take part in the celebration of reading together on 16 July as part of the Reading Together Day, coordinated by The Reading Agency. The day will showcase a shared schedule of events featuring collaborators including Authors Aloud UK, Arts Council England, ASCEL, BookTrust, British Library, CILIP, Coram Beanstalk, Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, Department for Education, Dollywood Foundation, Libraries Connected, National Literacy Trust, Open University, Pearson, Publishers…

Can we read it again?

All teachers and parents have heard these words, as an eager child wants it read again and again! It can be exhausting! This short article offers some research-informed thoughts about the role of re-reading. The power of children returning to texts and the evidence which suggests that, as active participants in the story, their talk and their thinking increases as they became more familiar with the book. There is more…

Phonic and reading support and Practise over Summer – Set 1

Listen to your child read to you every day Choose books you have at home or an online book from Oxford Owl .Sound out the words they can’t read automatically when they read the story. Don’t let them struggle too much though.Read back each sentence or page to them – this keeps the plot moving. Do it all with patience and love. Read to your child every day Did you…

Phonic and reading support and Practise over Summer – Set 2

Listen to your child read to you every day Choose books you have at home or an online book from Oxford Owl .Sound out the words they can’t read automatically when they read the story. Don’t let them struggle too much though.Read back each sentence or page to them – this keeps the plot moving. Do it all with patience and love. Read to your child every day Did you…

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