St Joseph's Reading Challenge
We are challenging the children to read more this term.
Each child will be given a year group book list and a sheet to record their reading. Each time they read a book you need to sign to verify that they have completed it.
They can read independently, read with you, be read to by you or even listen to an audio book. They will then get a sticker. When they have completed the reading challenge they will receive a certificate in Celebration assembly. The challenge ends after Easter on 20th April.
The aim of the challenge is to get children reading more, but also for them to read different books: new authors, new genres and more challenging books. We have copies of many of the books in school, but this is also an excellent opportunity for you to take your child to the library. As a community we could help each other by sharing and donating books. If you have any of these books gathering dust at home, please bring them in and share them.
Thank you for your support with this exciting challenge.
Reading Challenge Update - Hertford Library
It was very exciting to hear that so many children visited the library this weekend to borrow books to complete the reading challenge. The library was initially quite overwhelmed! Since then, the librarians have been working hard to source as many of the books as possible. They are looking forward to helping to support the children to complete the reading challenge. They will also be able to guide the children towards other books by the same author, if your initial choice isn't available - this is a perfectly acceptable reading list alternative.
If you have copies of any of the class reading list books at home and are happy to lend them to other children, please send them to the appropriate class teacher. If you write your child's name in the front they can be returned at the end of the reading challenge and they will be lent out to our keen readers.