Reading at Parkfield Community Primary School
We encourage a love of books and of reading by providing a rich reading environment that stimulates and motivates our children to enjoy and develop their reading in our classrooms and school library.
Throughout the school, teachers read a wide range of good quality fiction, non-fiction and poetry with the children on a regular basis.
Reading skills are developed systematically in the Early years by the teaching of synthetic phonics. We use the Read, Write, Inc scheme and teach phonics daily throughout the school.
Language comprehension skills are developed and deepened through guided reading and in reading across the curriculum.
Parkfield School Library
At Parkfield School we have a fantastic School Library. Our aim is that our children develop a real enthusiasm and love for books, so that they can become confident, independent readers and library users.
There is no need to join the School Library, by being a member of the school you are automatically a member of the library.
Parkfield School Library contains a large collection of fiction and non- fiction book. Children can also read books using electronic Kindles. Computers are also available for children to use.
At lunchtime, book club is held for each year group once a week, which children are welcome to join.
Each week, the school newsletter recommends a different book that the School Librarian is reading and there are weekly 'shout outs' to children who are accessing the digital reading platform myON. Will your name be there this week? You also can stay updated with Library news via the school newsletter, as well as this webpage.
Click here to listen to the latest Parkfield Library Podcasts!