READING WORKSHOP WITH PARENTS
The reading workshop was well-attended by parents, friends and other family members.
It was lovely to see so many adults in school sharing books, discussing texts, clarifying vocabulary and practising reciprocal reading skills. (See photos below.)
The librarian from the local library in Wigston also attended to inform parents about the library services available to families. Don't forget to choose some books - ask about their 'BorrowBox' service.
On Saturdays why not attend:
Every Saturday 10.30am to 11.30am.
Free self-led family fun for all ages. Have fun playing with our collection of games and puzzles. Use our construction toys to build your own creations!
The last Saturday of the month will be a story time session where children can join in using our puppets and story sacks.
The Mayor, parents and children gathered outside by the pond for a special Remembrance Day assembly. The children read poems, sang a song and observed the two minute silence.
The parents were then asked to walk through the school, to see the amazing efforts the children had made to create a wonderful memorial to the Centenary of the end of the First World War.
We would like to thank all those who attended, and the children for their amazing maturity while learning all about the history of Remembrance Day.
Congratulations to all our class Reading Champions and to everyone who read over 200 times this year!