North Waltham Primary School

North Waltham Primary School

North Waltham Primary
‘ We really appreciate the individual knowledge you have about each child and the extra mile you go for every one of them. ’
‘ Thank you to all of you at North Waltham for making his school years such a special period ’
‘ Many thanks to all members of staff for all the hard work and care that is put into making North Waltham such a special school. ’
‘The teacher has done a fantastic job in engaging his mind to focus and learn ’
‘ She has been inspired by great teachers ’
‘ We want to say a big thank you for all your hard work and you have clearly made a difference to his schooling ’
‘ You are all amazing ’
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Book Bingo

Sometimes we all get stuck in our ways and end up choosing the same author or style of book. The ‘Book Bingo Reading List’ encourages children to read a variety of authors and types of books during the year. The list contains many wonderful book titles, carefully compiled by staff and full of recommended reads for your child. There is a variety of fiction, including picture books and poetry. The books on the list are linked to year group topics and author studies. Most copies of the books are available in the school library or in your child’s class reading area and they are welcome to change them as often as needed.

 Gold, Silver and Bronze prizes will be awarded as and when children complete different stages of the bingo. To achieve Gold, your child must read and be able to summarise the plot for all 40 books on the list, 30 for Silver and 20 for Bronze. Each time your child has finished reading a book, they need to get it signed off by their teacher.

 If your child particularly enjoys a book, they can write a book review which can then be displayed in the school library. Templates for book reviews can be found in the library.

 Please continue to sign children’s home/school books when you have read with them, as our expectation remains that all children will read at least 3 times a week with an adult. This is a huge support to developing their reading fluency and confidence and research is very clear that children who are reading regularly at home are far more likely to succeed in all areas of school and also improve their chances at secondary school and beyond.

 Happy Reading!

Year 1

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Year 3

Year 4 

Year 5

Year 6