Support Your Child's Reading
As a parent, you can support your child's reading at home.
Simple things like reading together and visiting your local library (click here to find your nearest Idea Store) can improve your child's reading and encourage them to read for pleasure.
For more useful tips, click on the link below.
You might also find our Reading Lists at the bottom of this page useful, as each one lists age appropriate books in different genres.
Word of the Week
W/C 9th May 2022
Jocular – adjective. Fond of joking; humorous.
W/C 16th May 2022
Knoll – noun. A small hill or mound.
W/C 23rd May 2022
Labyrinth – noun. A complicated network of passages or paths.
W/C 6th June 2022
Memoir – noun. A historical account or biography written from personal knowledge.
W/C 13th June 2022
Nullify – verb. Make something legally invalid.
W/C 20th June 2022
Ostracise – verb. Exclude someone from a society or a group.
W/C 27th June 2022
Perilous – adjective. Full of danger or risk.
W/C 4th July 2022
Quandary – noun. A state of uncertainty over what to do in a difficult situation.
W/C 11th July 2022
Repress – verb. Bring under control by force.
W/C 18th July 2022
Spindly – adjective. Long or tall and thin.