Making reading fun

Making reading fun

Headteacher Nick Pitson and Olena Rawlinson, left, discuss Harry Potter with George Smithson

Parent governor Emma Timms works with Harriett Burrell, left, and Tilly Williams

First published in News

Breakfast and books are the order of the day on Fridays at an Oxford primary school.

As part of a drive to get children reading, Marsh Baldon school runs breakfast sessions for pupils.

On Fridays, parents, grandparents and other carers are invited in to read with the children.

Parent governor Emma Timms said the sessions had proved very successful so far.

She said: “It’s fantastic. We provide a breakfast for the children and they come in and read.

“It’s a really successful event and the kids love it.”

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