Hello and welcome back to our weekly bedtime story. We have another exciting reader for you this evening! Miss Zauscinski has read ‘Jim and the Beanstalk’ by Raymond Briggs. Enjoy and sleep tight!
Well done to all the children who completed the Summer Reading Challenge at Tameside Libraries during the summer holiday. The certificates were presented in assembly today and the line of children receiving the award was longer than ever before! We are very proud of you all, well done and keep reading!
Friday 13th is unlucky for some, but luckily we’ve got a treat in store for you this weekend! Miss Plant has read ‘The Crocodile Who Didn’t Like Water’ by Gemma Merino:
Around school this week, you may notice some books wrapped in brown paper! Book council have been working hard to wrap and label a variety of mystery books. Keep your eyes peeled! Remember, don’t judge a book by its cover!
Hello and welcome back to our weekly Bedtime Story. We are spoiling you with two stories this week!
Pupils in the Book Council have read some poems:
Mrs Wilding-Young has read ‘Yertle The Turtle’ by Dr Seuss:
Enjoy and sleep tight!
Hello and welcome back to our weekly Bedtime Story. This week’s story is ‘Monkey Puzzle’ by Julia Donaldson and has been read by Miss Powell. Enjoy and sleep tight!
Hello and welcome back to the weekly Russell Scott Bedtime Story! You can visit the Reading Blog every Friday to hear a story read by a member of staff. This week, Miss Hallam (Year 2) has read ‘Winnie the Witch’ by Valerie Thomas and Korky Paul. Enjoy and sleep tight!
Hello and welcome back to our weekly Bedtime Story. The stories this week are brought to you by Miss Jones, Ellis and Imogen in 1K and 6C!
Enjoy and sleep tight!
Miss Jones has read ‘Matilda’ by Roald Dahl:
Ellis and Imogen have read one of 1K’s favourite books, ‘Nuddy Ned’ by Kes Gray:
We thought that this week, we could read you some fantastic year 6 poems, inspired by our visit from Longfella! Have a listen to our poems all about Denton.
Today, Vicky from Tameside Libraries visited us to tell us all about the summer reading challenge. We found out that the Animal Agents need us to help them crack the case. Something strange has happened at the library – things have gone missing and graffiti has been left on the library wall. There are four suspects… can you help the Animal Agents find out who has been up to no good?
To join in with the challenge, all you have to do is head to the library, sign up to receive a special agent collector folder, and then read six books (two at a time) over the holidays. Collect stickers for each book you read – they will help you solve the case and catch the crook. You will also receive a bookmark and a keyring too! At the end of the challenge you will be awarded with a medal and a special certificate which will be sent to school and presented in assembly. We will also award you with a busy star.
The challenge has already started and it ends on 23rd September. Can we be the top school in Tameside? Which class will have the most certificates? Don’t forget, the challenge is fun, it’s free and it’s local.
Visit the website to find out more https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/
Good evening and welcome back to our weekly bedtime story.
Mrs Williams has read the next chapter of ‘Matilda’ by Roald Dahl. Enjoy