Helping Your Child to Read and Write
At South Hiendley Primary School, supporting children to learn to read is very much a partnership between home and school. Hearing your child read at home has a positive impact on their development. It is essential that children regularly practise reading, both at home and at school, in order for them to progress at an appropriate rate. In school, we follow the Read, Write, Inc phonics programme. Please see further information below on how you can support your child at home.
We expect children to practise reading with you at home at least three times a week. This should be recorded and signed off in your child's reading record. There is a weekly reading assembly to celebrate this where children are entered into a weekly draw to win a small prize. Each term, children will be given the opportunity to win a book.