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Reading Passports

Please can you encourage your sons/daughters to be completing their Key Stage 3 and Key Stage 4 Reading Passports. In primary schools students are accustomed to reading regularly and those who continue in secondary school are better equipped for the rigours of GCSE exams. Our Librarians are always keen to hear about books students would like them to purchase, so if there is nothing of interest in the Library, then students should pop in for a chat or speak to their English teacher. Your support in raising the importance of reading fiction and non-fiction books for students in all year groups is vital. On average the annual target, according to recent Government documentation, is 50 books a year. How many has your child read since September, that they haven’t been reading in English class? The image below shows why reading is important to teenagers.