Raring to Read 

Ages 3 - 11 years


Week 1: 29 March - 1 April 2021

Week 2: 7 - 9 April 2021


Spring into Action and join us this Easter as we transport you to different, lively worlds from the comfort of your own home. Whether you're scoring a winning goal, conquering your fears at a mountain summit, using your super powers to save the day or simply embracing the wonders of the season we will have lots of fun together. Students will embark on daily adventures as they explore a range of fiction and non-fiction texts, interacting with others and expanding their knowledge. Ready, steady, go!

Each of the courses has been written by our senior education team, ensuring age and level-appropriate language objectives and literary targets are addressed every lesson. Regardless of age, by the end of the course, all students will have addressed and participated in the following:

·  Listen, read and respond to stories read by the teacher

·  Develop reading strategies to aid understanding

·  Demonstrate understanding of plot, setting and character 

·  Discuss and share own ideas and opinions

·  Make connections to other literature and personal experiences

·  Expand knowledge of different countries and cities


Classes are delivered two or four times a week, depending on your course package preference, and will use the platform of Zoom. Those enrolling will be sent a link prior to the first class. Simply click on the password-protected link and join each lesson – we recommend a computer or laptop but an I-pad or similar device will also be ok. Teachers will then bring the literary world into your home, providing lots of communicative and interactive opportunities for each student.

·  Online classes so you do not need to leave your home!

·  Range of stories and non-fiction texts

·  Small group classes

·  Enrol for 1 or 2 weeks

·  Participants will receive a basic learning pack to accompany classes prior to the first lesson. The teacher will email parents ahead of time if any home printing is required for a lesson, but alternatives will always be offered for those who do not have printing facilities

·  Minimal resources are required; students only need paper, pen and colouring pens/pencils for the lesson