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As always, we recommend you spend as much time reading as possible! Now, more than ever, reading is a great escape into different stories to explore. Below are a few suggestions of websites and resources that you can use to help your child to develop and grow as a reader.

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Reading List

Here is the link to the recent reading list for Key Stage 2 pupils - it is helpful for new ideas and books for your child.



Audible have made a selection of titles free to use for children on desktops, laptops, tablets or phones. Lots of great stories to explore here.


Pobble 365

Pobble 365 is an excellent resource which is updated daily which uses picture stimuli to support reading and writing. Lots of great questions, writing prompts and different learning tasks.


The School Run is a good website to have a look at for learning ideas. There is some downloadable content you might want to explore linked to grammar and literacy alongside other curriculum areas. They have phonics, spelling, handwriting, grammar and reading comprehension support available on their website.


The Reading Realm

If you want further writing prompts, you could have a look at The Reading Realm. They have a page dedicated to creative writing which has lots of different ideas you could use if you want to have a go at some imaginative storywriting at home.


Robin Hood MAT

Robin Hood Multi Academy Trust have a range of different resources for children from Early Years all the way up to Year 6. They have lots of different reading, spelling and writing task suggestions with links to external websites which provide guidance for parents. All learning is linked to the National Curriculum.