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Miss Ward's Story-time. The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark - Final chapter!

Let's find out how Plop feels when he meets his final friend. Do you think he will go hunting? Is he still afraid? Who will he meet?

Miss Ward's Story-time. 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark' Chapter 6 'Dark is wonderful'.

Plop meets someone wonderful in the next chapter. Come along to find out more!

Miss Ward's Story-time. The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark' Chapter 5 - 'Dark is Fascinating.'

Come along to meet Plop's new friend who teaches him that dark is fascinating!

Miss Ward's Story-time. 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark' chapter 4 'Dark is necessary'

Come along with me and Plop, the barn owl, to discover why dark is necessary. Enjoy!

Miss Ward's Story-time. 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark' Chapter 3 'Dark is fun'

Have you ever found the dark fun? Come and join me and Plop to find out why it can be really fun sometimes. Who might Plop meet in Chapter 3? Enjoy!

Miss Ward's Story Time. 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark. Chapter 2. Dark is Kind.'

Come along to join me and Plop on the second part of his journey to discovering that being afraid is OK. We can all learn lots from what we are afraid of! I ...

Miss Ward's Story - Time - 'The Owl who was Afraid of the Dark' by Jill Tomlinson. Chapter 1

My story-time for the next few weeks will be from this lovely story about a little Barn Owl called Plop who was unfortunately afraid of the dark! Chapter One...

Miss Ward's Story Time - 'Not Now Bernard' by David Mckee

A great read! I hope you enjoy! See you all soon. Stay Safe. Miss Ward

Miss Ward's Story Time 'Whatever Next!' by Jill Murphy

I will be telling stories for you to watch and listen to. This time it's one of my absolute favourites about a little bear who travels to the moon! Enjoy and stay safe. x

Hello everyone,

 

I will be adding up to date info and useful reading resources to this page over the coming weeks. I hope you are all staying safe and enjoying reading together!

Remember it doesn't matter what you are reading so long as you are reading and enjoying it!

 

Rachel Ward (Reading Recovery teacher and ECaR lead)

 

 

 

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The information for your child returning to school is on the letters that you received when you picked up your pack. If you didn't pick up, it was posted to you. School will be open from Thursday 3rd September BUT you must ONLY come on the day that you have been given for your child. Phones will be answered on 1st and 2nd September if you need to check or ask anything.
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