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Our next meeting will be held on: 

Wednesday 18th May 

3:15pm - 4:15pm 


Meeting Minutes - Monday 28th March

Monday 28th March 2022


The Reading Champions and Miss Buckley attended an afterschool meeting today. 

We reflected back on our action plan and looked at our next steps.

After the Easter holidays, the Reading Champions are going to organise a reading club at lunch time to support our reading expectations.  


Diversity Books!

The Reading Champions are holding a meeting about our next steps. 

This is going to be held on: Tuesday 25th January. 

Welcome to our new Reading Champions


Wednesday 29th September 

Our Reading Champions are:

  • F2: Nancy
  • Year 1: Shreebav
  • Year 2: Dolcie and Jashmin
  • Year 3: Layton and Maya
  • Year 4: Ismael and Scarlett
  • Year 5: Jamal and Sophia 
  • Year 6: Gracie-Leigh

June 2021


As we are approaching the end of the school year, I want to remind you all that to meet our school expectations, you must read every school day. 

Vanessa and Harvey are collating all of our reading percentages and keeping a record of them. From this data the winning class will then receive a reward. 


Read Every School Day


Our first meeting 1.10.2020

Our first meeting is: Thursday 1st October 2020

Reading Champions - 2020/2021

Autumn 2020


Welcome to our new team members!

We will be having our first meeting very soon to discuss what research we are going to carry out and how this impacts us as readers. 
Keep a look out for our meeting minutes.




Apply for a school resposibility role for the next academic year NOW! (2020-21)

Reading Champions: Home Learning


Hello children, 

I hope you are all safe and well.


As you are coming towards the end of your class reader books, there is time to reflect back on what you have read. 

Think about the following questions:

  1. What was the main message of the story?
  2. Why do you think the characters behaved in the way that they did? 
  3. Did the characters change throughout the story? Why?
  4. What was the mood like during the story? Did it change?
  5. Were your predictions correct?
  6. Does the story remind you of any other stories that you know?
  7. How did the story make you feel?
  8. Which part of the story did you visualise? 


Class reader challenge


Can you answer the following questions about your class reader.

  • What did you learn?
  • Who are the main characters in the story?
  • Do you have something in common with one of the characters?
  • Where is the story set?
  • If you could change the ending, what would happen in your story?
  • Would you recommend your class reader and why?

Home learning


Hello Reading Champions!

I hope you are all staying safe during this difficult time.


Enjoy sharing books with your grown-ups in this lovely sunshine we have got at the moment. Discuss your favourite part of the story.

You could even act it out!


March 2020


Thank you to Riley and Evie's grown ups for collecting tokens from The Sun newspaper so we had a chance of winning lots of new books!

Our Reading Champions have had the pleasure of opening them.

We cannot wait to share them with each other, our families and grown ups.


Monday 27th January

Today we had a special visitor in our assembly, Councillor David Mellen.

He came to share a story with us and discuss his Reading Challenge.

Our Reading Champions were able to share their class reader books with him too!

Reading Champions Job Description

Reading Champions project


Our Reading Champions have chosen to research popular books for different age groups throughout school.

We have carried out some research and collated a bank of books. 

Our Reading Champions have voted for their favourite. 

Our next step is to ask each class to make a vote on which one they would like for their classroom. Then we are going to go to Waterstones and buy those books. 

The children will also be learning how to work within a budget. 


We are the Reading Champions. We help to check whether all children every class have Read Every School Day. We know how important this is to help us in all our learning. In our folder we keep a record of the % of children who have read. Sometimes we talk to children who might not have done their reading to see if we can support them in any way. We love reading and we try to encourage and inspire others to feel the same.

Welcome to our Reading Champions


F2: Kairo and Gursirat

Year 1: Tyrone and Ffion

Year 2: Tyler S and Laraya

Year 3: Jacobi and Taylor

Year 4: Jeozidaque and Gracie-Leigh

Year 5: Zuriel

Year 6: Victoria and Theo