Learning to read with fluency and understanding is an essential skill. At St. Francis we aim for every child to get off to an excellent start as a reader and develop a love of books as they progress through the school. Learning to read opens up new worlds to children and enables them to access information independently. Becoming a proficient reader is essential as reading underpins almost every area of the curriculum.
Click the icon above to view 100 recommendations for every primary year group (produced by the very kind people at Peters.)
words for life
If you are keen to find more information about supporting your child's reading development then the 'Words for Life' website is crammed full of useful tips and ideas. Your can visit the site by clicking on the icon below …
f you aren't already a member then we would strongly urge you to join Nailsea library. It's free to join and it will offer your whole family access to thousands of books. Even if your child has a well-stocked bookshelf at home, visiting the library is still really important and will help to expand your child's reading repertoire.
You can contact the library on: 01934 426030