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Reading Award

The Reading Award is a Bosbury School weekly award which rewards those children who do lots of reading at home either on their own or with parents, grandparents, siblings, aunties, uncles, cousins, friends, babysitters... just about anyone!

Teachers check each child's yellow reading record weekly and if they have read five times or more with each entry being signed by a parent, guardian or family member, they are given a special reading raffle ticket.

This ticket then goes into the pot and if it is picked out by Miss Spence in the draw held during Friday morning's assembly, the child will receive a special Reading Award prize!

Well done to the two young siblings from Class 3 and the brilliant reader from Class 1 shown below standing in front of early preparations for the Key Stage 2 production of Oliver! who are the latest Reading Award raffle winners after doing lots of reading at home recently! We hope that you enjoy your new The Owls of Blossom Wood, The World's Worst Children 3 and Action Replay books!

Remember to keep doing lots of reading at home and getting those reading records signed to be in with a chance of being one of the next Reading Award raffle winners next week! Parents remember that the more stories you read to your child, the more effective their writing will also become!

 

 

Reading Award - 06.07.18

 

 

On the subject of reading, a HUGE thank you also to Mr. and Mrs. Hubbard (Zach and Maisie's Dad and Mum) and past Bosbury pupil James Stevens for their lovely donations of books to our school this week. We really appreciate your generosity and we are sure that pupils next year are going to love reading them!