Reading Survey 2021
Reading is a very important element in a child's learning. Embedding a love of reading can be transformative to a child’s success in school and life. We are continually working to enhance our provision to be a reading school where reading is at the heart of what we do and very much part of our culture.
As parents, you play a huge part in your child’s experience of reading. Therefore, I would really appreciate you completing a quick survey about your and your child's reading habits and loves outside of school and their school reading book. The survey is in the format of an online form you can quickly access below. Hard copies are available from the school office.
Your contribution using this survey will help shape the future of reading and the support we give at Horsendale. The deadline for completion is 3rd December.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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