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The Ultimate Book List – 100 Best Children’s Books

Drawing from over 90 years’ experience, experts at  Booktrust  have put together a list of the 100 best children’s books. The exciting 100 combines an eclectic mix of traditional classics and modern greats that are must-reads to fire childrens imaginations and turn them into life-long readers.

Use the links below to browse the 100 best books that all children should read before they’re 14.

100 Best Books for Children: 0-5 years

100 Best Books for Children: 6-8 years

100 Best Books for Children: 9-11 years

100 Best Books for Children: 12-14 years and beyond

Great Books for Boys!

There’s no shortage of research that suggests that boys don’t read as much as girls.  Love Reading 4kids have created a special category of books, broken down by age range, which their experts think will be enjoyed enormously by boys. It might be purely because theres plenty of exciting action and fast-moving plots in the story and that the book will grab the readers attention before theyve even finished the first page or perhaps the characters in the story are mostly boys.

Find out more about these  Great Books for Boys! You can also download opening extracts of the texts for free and buy books with 25% discount!


In the News

Next Parents Evening Date

  Our next Parents Evenings will run the week commencing Monday 9th March 2020,  appointment times will be available outside your child's classroom.

17th January 2019


IT’s WORLD BOOK DAY! – Thursday 5th March

To celebrate World Book Day your child can dress up as their book character from their favourite book.  A suggested donation is £1 per pupil and all monies will go…

6th March 2019


Red Nose Day 2019

 On Friday 15th March we will be supporting Comic Relief by taking part in Red Nose Day. For a £1 donation children (and staff) can come to school dressed in…

14th March 2019



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Information letter added regarding Free School Meals

Wellbeing - The local council have issued an information letter to provide access to a range of advice, support and resources for children, young people, families and professionals working with children and young people during this uncertain time.

Useful Links to Webinars -  we have supplied a link to live web-based events that can give you practical advise and new tools to help manage, support and encourage children and young people, as well as yourself, during these challenging times.  Scroll to the bottom of our Coronavirus Update page to find the links.