At South Green we encourage all pupils to read widely across both fiction and non-fiction to develop their knowledge of themselves and the world in which they live, to establish an appreciation and love of reading, to gain knowledge across the curriculum and develop their comprehension skills.
Long Term Overview Map
Please click the button below to view the whole school reading policy.
A reading webinar was created to help support parents in reading with their child, it discusses the reading expectations in the National Curriculum but also discusses the expectations at South Green Juniors and how reading is taught in school. Finally it offers plenty of suggestions to help support your child with their reading at home. If you were unable to attend this webinar and are interested in it then please click the link below, which will take you to the PowerPoint and as soon as the YouTube link is available this will also be added to this page.
Please click the buttons below to view recommended reading lists for years 3 & 4 and years 5 & 6. These are just an idea of the books you could introduce your child/children to in order to broaden the range of texts they are accessing. It will help to increase their vocabulary and expose them to different writing structures, which will also help to support their literacy skills.