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Glastonbury Thorn School



'There is no such thing as a child who hates to read...there are only children who have not found the right book!'

Every week, your child brings home a reading book that matches their stage of development in phonics. Children are to read from their own reading book at home every day. In addition, you can now download and read a free e-book from Oxford Owls. Just sign up for free!



March Book of the Month

Mrs Clay reads the March Book of the Month. Enjoy!

Mr Cursley reads: The Way Back Home by Oliver Jeffers

While we are working remotely, with the main connection between us all being technology, it is important to remember that we can still be there for each other. Remember, stars shine brightest in the darkest of skies.

Mr Cursley reads: Show and Tell - a story that will motivate your child to complete remote learning!

For many of us, learning has moved online. Your teachers are really excited to see what you can achieve and can't wait for you to show them your work...

December Book of the Month

This month, Mrs Clay reads 'Stardust' by Jeanne Willis and illustrated by Briony May Smith.Snuggle down and enjoy!

Mr Cursley reads...Mole and the Baby Bird

Kindness is so important to us at Glastonbury Thorn School. There are lots of way of showing kindness and one of those ways is putting others happiness first...

The Suitcase

Our November book of the month!

Mr Cursley reads...Zippo the Super Hippo!

Everyone has a super power! What's yours?

10 things I can do to help my world by Melanie Walsh

Our October book of the month!
Read by Mrs Clay

Mr Cursley reads...Aliens love Dinopants!

Why do those aliens love pants so much!?

Mr Cursley reads... The Lorax!

At the start of every week, Mr Cursley will read a story for you to enjoy with your children. This week's story will be familiar to the Children at Glastonbury Thorn School.