English at Banks Road
WoW - Writing on the Wall Project in Years 5 and 6.
Pupils are now working on their final drafts, editing their unique Superhero characters, story lines and plots.
The completed comic strips stories will be published in a Banks Road Superhero book.
Once they are printed, every class will be able to read these wonderfully exciting stories.
The children and their parents/carers took part in a 'Books for Breakfast' morning. All of the children were able to take home a book. They later visited Speke Retail Park where they were treated to a 'behind the scenes' look at B&Q and W. H. Smith.
Parents and carers were invited to our Reading Morning this term, so they could see for themselves, how reading is taught at our school. Parent visited classrooms and took part in a wide range of reading activities with their children.
We want all of our pupils to develop a love of reading that stays with them into adulthood.
What a fantastic World Book Day 2018 we all had!
Not only did all of the children and their parents/ carers make such a wonderful effort, even our staff were unrecognisable!
Thank you to everyone for making our Banks Road World Book Day 2018 such as memorable experience!
Events taking place
Our school is working in partnership with J.M. Education to deliver a programme for parents. The aim is to support parents to become more confident in helping their children with both English and maths homework. Upon completion of the programme you will receive a recognised qualification in Functional Skills L1 or L2 in English and/or maths.
The programme begins on Wednesday 8th November and will continue up until Spring Term 2018. If you would like to take part in this exciting opportunity, please contact the school office to book a place.
Book Bus 20th March
@ School Playground
The Book Bus is a one day event, where you can buy children's books with up to 75% discount.
Here is the power point presentation parents and carers were shown at our Reading Morning, to explain about all the different types of reading their child takes part in at school and at home...