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  1. Reading incentive

    By Thomas Frost on September 9th, 2017

    Reading incentive

    New for this academic year is an initiative to encourage all children to read more regularly to an adult. Children who have read four times in the week - as evidenced in their reading journal by dated and signed entries by an adult - will be entered …

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  2. New library official opening

    By Thomas Frost on May 13th, 2017

    New library official opening

    We were pleased to welcome award winning children's author, Tracey Corderoy, to Kingsfleet yesterday - to officially open our fantastic new library along with the School Council and Reading Council. Ahead of this, the whole school sat spellbound as …

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  3. International Storytelling Week

    By Sarah Bozier and Yvonne Chatt on February 5th, 2016

    International Storytelling Week

    To celebrate International Storytelling Week, Year 6 teamed up with EYFS and Year 1. The Year 6 children read participation stories to a group of EYFS and Year 1 pupils. All children enjoyed devising actions to accompany phrases in the stories. They …

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  4. Shared Reading

    By Admin on March 5th, 2014

    Shared Reading

    Ahead of World Book Day tomorrow, the children participated in shared reading with another class. The children enjoyed sharing their favourite book with their reading partner.  This proved to be a really worthwile activity and one which we hope to …

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  5. Design a bookmark competition

    By Admin on March 3rd, 2014

    Design a bookmark competition

    Your design could be made into a bookmark and distributed to thousands of bookshops! This is a hugely popular competition for schools nationwide.   Click here for competition details. Enteries should be produced on A4 Paper in portrait format (h …

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  6. Shared Reading

    By Admin on March 8th, 2013

    Shared Reading

    To mark World Book Day, the children participated in shared reading with another class. The children enjoyed sharing their favourite book with their reading partner.  This proved to be a really worthwile activity and one which we hope to repeat more …

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