It's been another busy few weeks at Ingoldsby. I am really proud of how well the children have settled into a routine. There is a sense of purpose in every class I have visited.
The number of reading logs this week is double last week!
Reading daily is so important. At Ingoldsby we understand the huge advantage that daily reading gives a child. We incentivise reading with an extra breaktime on a Friday, raffle tickets for a prize draw and 5 house points.
Our oldest pupils are currently logging their reading most frequently.
By Year 6, pupils should be reading for more than 30 minutes each day.
Logging reading involves holding your camera/ QR code reader on a phone or tablet over this image.
If you lose your QR code, it is always on the school website or you can use this link:
On request, we have given paper logs to some children who do not have devices at home.
Key Stage 2: From year 3 onwards, these should be completed daily rather than at the end of the week and by the child- not the parent as the logging is part of the homework. It is not enough for parents to say it is done; it must be recorded online or day by day in the paper log by the child.