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Great Books make Great Readers, make Great Leaders

Great Books make Great Readers, make Great Leaders


Jeremy Turner
Jeremy Turner
Great Books make Great Readers, make Great...

The school fell silent again last Friday morning during Character Development Time as students read quietly with their Character Development Coaches and Teaching Assistants. At present we are encouraging students to choose their own reading material, but it has been real encouraging to see the breadth of choices that they have made. A few of the book covers are highlighted in the images below.

As parents and carers do encourage your children to get into the habit of regular daily reading; the habit can be life changing. As Maya Angelou reminded us ‘Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of their needs, is good for them’.

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