Parent Literacy Corner: Reading Together at Home
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Support for Parents
Here you will find some helpful guides taken from our educational partners, PiXL, which explain the importance of reading and offer guidance on how you can support your child with reading at home. These resources are free for you to download and use:
Finding reading materials for your child
Supporting a child who finds reading difficult
The DfE have also published a list of tips aimed at supporting parents:
10 top tips for parents to support children to read – GOV.UK (www.gov.uk)
Use the following link to find a wealth of suggestions and recommended reading for students at all key stages:
Books for KS3 children aged 11-14 | School Reading List
BookTok Recommendations – TikTok (100 books) (goodreads.com)
BookTok – meet the influencers encouraging people to read – BBC Bitesize
#booktok Hashtag Videos on TikTok
If you require further support with reading with your child, or would be interested in attending a parent workshop on reading with your child at home, please contact reception and ask to speak with Ms Z. Jones, Literacy Lead: email@example.com.
I very much welcome suggestions from parents, so please do get in touch via email if you have any ideas about how we could further support parents with reading strategies.
* Please be aware that we can provide support with translation should you wish to attend parent support workshops. Please advise the reception staff of the language you speak at home and we can arrange for someone to telephone you back to discuss the details with a translator present *See all Recent Posts