Every Child a Reader
The ability to read is fundamental to pupils’ development as independent learners. In order to read across the curriculum with fluency, accuracy, understanding and enjoyment pupils need to be skilled in word recognition and comprehension’. Reading development is linked to that of writing, speaking and listening and at Bowness Primary we strive to ensure that 'every child is a reader'.
Year 1 applying their knowledge of phonics to words and sentences.
Thank you to those who came to our EYFS/KS1 Phonices workshop. Well done to all the children for showing the adults how great you are!#
The reading train was such a success at lunchtime :-)
The reading competition is going really well at school - we are so proud of the children and the high standard of book reviews completed....We need to get the badges ready!
Year 3 and 4 are starting to read this book in literacy - exciting vocabulary coming from this we think! This Nan clearly had a positive mindset.
Our Year 1 children enjoyed their trip to our local library, they were excited to choose new books to take home and share with their family.
Excellent support at our reading workshop - working together to create life long learners.
Parent reading workshop this coming Thursday (13/9/2018) at 3:30 pm. You will be able to see all the different strategies and resources we use to enhance knowledge and understanding of vocabulary and comprehension skills - We hope to see you there!!
We love a great book! Some of our pupils have brought in pictures of them doing a spot of reading at home!
Our numbers are increasing in book club....New book time.
Our pupils enjoy reading across the curriculum.
Our children have been doing some fantastic reading around school.
The 100 Book Challenge
Our Lighthouse Reading Room encourages our children to read in a relaxed atmosphere
Practising our reading comprehension across school
Reading with others helps our understanding of the written word
Year 6 enjoying picture books with Mrs Unsworth
Concentration is key
Reading in Mrs Unsworth's office at lunchtime...