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Daubeney Loves Reading

Reading for Pleasure

We have a rich reading culture at Daubeney. We are committed to creating an ethos and an environment that excites, enthuses and inspires children to read for their own enjoyment. We aim to develop a community of readers through high quality reading provision. The children have plenty of opportunities to read, share and discuss books through whole class and small group reading, as well as time to read independently.

At Daubeney, our children have exposure to a wide range of quality texts and are encouraged to read a variety of genres across different media.

Reading Skills

At Daubeney we develop our love of reading and comprehension by using the 7 reading skills: predicting, inferring, clarifying, summarising, making connections, evaluating and asking questions.

You learnt how to use these in in your reading sessions with your teacher and have them stuck in your home reading records. Remember to use the skills when you are reading at home. Here are some resources to help you.

Reading Highlights

Sooper Books

Listen to this amazing selection of award-winning fairy talesbedtime stories, fables and poems for kids which have been very kindly donated to us by Sooper Books.

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Chapter One

Check out Chapter One for free video stories, activities and resources. Watch your favourite authors read from their much-loved books as well as weekly broadcasts.

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Kids Book Club

Love books? Love fun and games? Love freebies? Then you'll love our online Scholastic Kids' Club. It's a place where you can read about books, get your hands on lots of games and activities, see what's hot and grab FREE stuff in our giveaways and competitions.

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The 100 Best Children's Books

"We’re living in a golden age of young-adult literature, when books ostensibly written for teens are equally adored by readers of every generation. In the likes of Harry Potter and Katniss Everdeen, they’ve produced characters and conceits that have become the currency of our pop-culture discourse—and inspired some of our best writers to contribute to the genre."

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