Information for Parents

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Support for Reading;

Below, you will find some guidance for parents of Y1 and Y2 children in order to support your child at home. As you will recognise, we create lots of opportunities for reading within our school day. However, it is essential that children read regularly at home in order for them to make good progress and feel successful as a reader. Children who can read, enjoy reading and become even more confident and enthusiastic, having even greater success! Reading school books more than once  is of benefit to develop accuracy and fluency.

In conclusion, at the end of Y2 teachers make a judgement for all children against expected standards for reading. At Albrighton Primary School, we very much value the support of parents. In order for children to reach their full potential, we recognize that parents have a vital role.

To support your child’s progress in Reading we would ask that

  • Children read regularly at home (on most days)
  • Parents ask children questions about what they have read to check for understanding

Thank you for your continued support.

Mrs Martin,  Miss LeBrun and Mr Sibley