Home PageSadly, we are unlikely to be able to restart our Toddler Group. The needs of our children have to be our priority. After the disruption to their learning through the last 19 months, we cannot afford the disruption that running Toddlers has on the Foundation Unit.
We would love for you all to share your favourite story with us.
- get someone to video you, telling us about your favourite story and then read us your favourite part,
- write us a book review,
- draw us a picture of your favourite story,
or even act out your favourite story.
Just send us an email
The Book of Hopes
Below is a truly beautiful resource, which is free: The Book of Hopes: Words and Pictures to Comfort, Inspire and Entertain Children in Lockdown. It is an extraordinary collection of short stories, poems, essays and pictures with contributions from more than 110 children’s writers and illustrators. A lovely resource to share with the children.
A link to some stories you can share together online
Great reading George - you used some great expression
Danielle - Year 6
Fantastic reading - this really cheered me up!
Riley Year 2
Great reading Riley - Well done!
Dylan - F2
Another bit of great reading for one of our youngest children.
Jessica - Year 4
I could listen to you all day - lovely expression and a lovely story
The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Isobel - F2
Winnie the Witch by Poppy F2
One of my favourites too
Poppy has shared her favourite story - Winnie’s Magic Wand. She has drawn some pictures and written about the story. Wow well done and thank you for sharing!
Wow Poppy - you read this so beautifully!
What the Ladybird Heard.
Slug Needs a Hug - this isn't an all time favourite of mine, although, I do really like it and I thought that we are all in need of a hug at the moment. It also teaches us to just be ourselves and everyone who is important to us, will love us.
What a lovely story!
Dinosaurs in the supermarket?!?!
Will you be able to guess?
What will it be????
Can you guess what it is?
There is definitely a theme to our favourite stories
Is there such a thing as a noo-noo tree?
Where will your imagination take you?
Do you know any poems?
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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