National Literacy Trust research shows that children who enjoy reading are three times more likely to have good mental wellbeing than children who don’t enjoy reading.
The report, based on a survey of almost 50,000 UK school children aged 8 to 18, found that:
To find out more about how reading can help us to maintain mental wellbeing, please see the PowerPoint below.
Here are some lists of recommended children's reading books for different ages. We hope that you enjoy sharing them with your children.
After hearing the sad news of Prince Philip’s death, Years 4 and 5 decided to make a tribute display to the late Duke of Edinburgh. All of the teachers were so impressed with their hard work and dedication, that we decided to send a picture of the display to Her Majesty the Queen, along with letters from the children, sharing their condolences.
This week, the children were delighted to have received a reply…