Reading at Home
Making reading a part of your child´s daily routine can really support their literacy and wellbeing.
You could read together, read out loud in turns. Your child can also read to a younger sibling. When reading with your child, try to keep the reading sessions fun and relaxed, use different voices, and try to act scenes. Ask questions and discuss the storyline, characters, language, setting. Guess and predict what is going to happen.
Email through particular success stories or moments to Mr. Opoku, Assistant Principal for Literacy email@example.com to ensure that your student is rewarded with Knowledge, Integrity and Resilience points when they return to school!
After finishing a book, your child can take a quiz on Accelerated Reader. Visit the Accelerated Reader website. Your child then needs to click ‘Student’ before entering their username and password. They should know this from school. If there are any issues logging onto Accelerated Reader, please contact Mr. Opoku on firstname.lastname@example.org. Download a 'reading at home' letter with other ideas too.
Although Wandsworth Libraries are currently closed, students can still become new members now, giving them access all our Online Resources including eBooks, eAudio and music streaming and downloads.
Parents and carers can do this for themselves and their children by following these steps:
- Complete the online form at https://capitadiscovery.co.uk/wandsworth/join
- Then email the temporary code to email@example.com to receive your library card number.