In 2021 your Reading Programme will centre around individual, discussion sessions with the Teacher Librarian to extend and enrich your reading experience by introducing you to new titles, series authors and genres.
In Term 1, the reading focus will be on creating and maintaining a sustained, quiet reading, environment within the class. A reading activity will be introduced so that reading experiences can be shared in the class.
In Term 2, 3 & 4 the sustained reading environment will continue and a reading activity introduced.
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During the year you will be required to record the books that you read in a ROAD, Reading Log. The Log is a visual record of your reading progress and will be viewed by your RE and English teacher to establish how consistently and widely you read and what your reading interests are.
Hale School has formed an e-membership partnership with Cambridge Library. This partnership will allow students to access a huge variety of eResources including: e-books, emagazines, Audiobooks plus a variety of educational databases.
While the e-membership does not allow boys t. to borrow physical items from the Library, it is a step toward students becoming lifelong library users.
Please fill in the application below and return to the Library. A Library card will be issued.