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  Literacy Zone   


"To learn to read is to light a fire;

every syllable that is spelled out is a spark!"

(Victor Hugo)

On this page you will find links to different Literacy activities going on in school. There are also links to really useful literacy based websites and places where you will find your favourite book characters.

 Paired Reading with Y3 & Y5
Learn all about Language Alive by clicking here. 
Click here to see what books the teachers recommend as great reads !
Why not click here to enter a great new website where children's writing can be published and children can access their favourite books. All you need is a password from your local library !
Click here to enter a fantastic new website all about spelling. Try challenging yourself to get the top score and play some of the fun games. Maybe even challenge your parents to see if their spelling skills are as good as yours !
Click here to view the 'Big Toe Books' website from the BBC - a great place to listen to fantastic stories !
Click here to link to the official websites of lots of famous authors
Click here to go to the Website of 'Carousel' - the guide to all children's books

Fancy joining a children's book group?

Click on the arrow to find out how in this area!

Click here to view the 'Book Trust Children's Books' website - it's great!
Click here to go to the 'Reading Zone' website to learn all about children's books
Click here to go straight to photographs of our great book week in school in March 2009!
Click here to use 16 great interactive KS2 Literacy links from Crickweb
Primary Resources Literacy section has some great ideas - click here to view and use them
A great website to meet your favourite characters from the Oxford Reading Scheme

As part of 'Book Week' at school the staff have chosen their favourite children's books.

Have a browse by clicking on the link and if one of them grabs your attention, why not give it a go!


Pupils' involvement in the Redhouse Children's Book Awards 2008

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