Pupil voice

Collective Councillors spoke to children in every class about their reading.

This is what they found out...

Most children in our school call themselves readers.

We love a range of books including: books by Roald Dahl, Tony Ross, Horrible Histories, Horrid Henry, David Walliams. We also love non fiction books about animals and cars for example.

Using our sounds, splitting words into parts, persevering, reading to other people, using a dictionary, reading banded books, reading challenging books, using overlays and listening to others help us to become better readers.

We like to read at home, on our own, as a whole class, independently, in guided groups, with an adult, before bed, before dinner, in the reading corner, at the end of the day, in the morning, with Mum and Dad.