Over St. John's Reading Champions
Here are our Reading Champions from Year 5 and Year 6.
These children submitted such wonderful applications as to why they were suitable for the role of Reading Champion. They had to think about and explain why they wanted to do this role, why they thought they would be good at the role, why reading is important and what stroy they would read during a whole school assembly. Their answers were incredible. Well done.
Reading Champion Roles and Responsibilities
The Reading Champions will be required to carry out the following duties:
Ensure the library is neat and tidy and all the books are in the correct place.
Ensure that the library is inviting for all children, placing new books on display and contributing to the library theme and display.
Fostering a love of reading throughout school by sharing their favourite books with others and recommending them
Supporting Mrs Snowdon’s story time assemblies.
Being a book buddy for children in Reception and Year 1.
Carry out evaluations of class reading areas and provide feedback.
Assist in the planning of reading themed events such as World Book Day.
Work with Mrs McLaughlin to develop a love of reading throughout the school.