At Wybunbury Delves, we actively promote a love of reading and reading for pleasure is at the heart of our reading policy. Our learning is holistically planned around quality texts. We aim to enable our children to read fluently, accurately and with understanding and confidence. We aim to foster an interest in words and their meanings and to gain an appreciation of books from a variety of genres. We encourage our children to read and to enjoy looking at a variety of fiction and non-fiction books, and to take their books home to share with their parents as this supports their reading progress in school.
Throughout the year, events are planned to promote reading for pleasure in the school community. These events include dress up days linked to authors, activities linked to World Book Day is celebrated annually, where both children and staff dress up as book characters, visits to Nantwich library, author visits and Summer Reading Challenge 6 book award. Years Reception to Year 2 invite parents and grandparents in as 'Mystery Readers' where they share a book to the class.
Click here to read our Reading and Phonics Policy
Each class has their own reading website where they can see their Reading Challenge list for the year, complete book reviews and play reading games.
How can you support your child at home?
Click here to read our Parent Information Leaflet on how we teach reading.
Here are 'Ten Top Tips' for reading at home.
Julia Donaldson has written some of the most popular and best-loved children's stories including The Gruffalo and The Gruffalo's Child, Room on the Broom, The Highway Rat, Zog and Stick Man. Julia Donaldson's top reading tips are guaranteed to make reading fun and help your child develop a love of reading. Click here to watch.
This website provides information about the national Bookstart scheme and the Bookstart packs that your child will receive as a baby, a toddler and at age three to four. It also gives information about sharing books with your child. You can find out about Bookstart events in your area, which you can attend with your child.