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Primary School Library: New arrival

The Primary School Library welcomes Ms Kerry and outlines exciting plans to encourage a love of reading in our children.

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Welcome back everyone and welcome Ms Kerry.

We hope you all had an amazing holiday and are feeling refreshed, ready to start the new school year. Ms Astrid will be a hard act to follow but Ms Kerry is looking forward to meeting you all and continuing with our mission to encourage your child’s love of reading. We have lots of new and exciting books to tempt all our year groups to explore new authors and genres AND will be planning some fun activities for children and parents starting off with our Parents’ Coffee Morning with date to be confirmed next week.

New Arrivals

Look out for our ‘New Arrivals’ displays in and outside the Library and please do ask us if you’re not sure which ones are best for your child’s level.

Books of the Week

It was difficult to choose just four books this week from all of our new stock but here they are:

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Reading Challenge

We will be continuing with our very popular Reading Challenge this year where we challenge children in Years 1 to 6 to read, read and read some more while we wait to discover who will become our next Super Reader! Children will receive a special Reading Chart and Bookmark collecting stars for each book they read and when they have six stars they will move up to the next level. This should be quite easy this term with so many exciting new books to choose from.

Library Monitors

We also encourage the children to love books and love our Library as much as we do to become Library Monitors. We will have forms available for boys and girls in Years 4 to 6 from next Monday 27 August so please ask them to come in for more information and to collect a form if they would like to help us and their friends in the Library. We will also be talking to the children about this during the coming week.

We look forward to seeing you all in the library soon.

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