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Reading and Comprehension

Story time and Reading this half term

Our book for this half term that links to our topic is Roman Tales: The Goose Guards by Terry Deary. If you have your own copy, why not read along during our story time or read it as part of our reading for pleasure time during the day.


When Fabia embarrasses Brutus in a lesson, he’s determined to have revenge on her. He’s distracted from his plans when the Gauls attack Rome. Many Romans are killed but others are safe in the temples, with a sheer cliff on one side and Roman soldiers defending them on the other. Brennus, the king of the Gauls, plans to attack the remaining Romans, while Brutus comes up with a plan to upset Fabia.


Spend time with a 'Reading for Pleasure' book at some point today and see if other family members want to join in with you. Or you could look for a book to read here


I have also included below a list of books to read before you leave Primary School. The first page is for 5-8 year olds and the second page is for 9-11 year olds. Please have a look and see how many you have read or could read - especially while we are at home more.


Enjoy poetry?

If you enjoy poetry or want to listen to some great poetry, try this website that has lots of poets reading poems for you to listen to. There is a featured poet each day and why not get adults to listen with you.

Why not check out poems by Michael Rosen. There is a link to his poem here as well as his website.

World Book Day

World Book Day when we celebrate reading and our favourite books. Head over to our WBD page for ideas and activities to take part in. Follow the link below.

50 books for ages 5-8 and 9-11 to read

Oxford Owl log in details