While the school is closed, please keep reading. You may be trapped in your home, but stories can help you escape to whole new worlds, where dragons fly and dinosaurs roam, where wizards battle evil and heroes are for ever.
St Ambrose Stories at Bedtime
Click on the links below to access a story
For those of us who love David Walliams' books, you can access his audio books for free here!
Click on the link below for more free audio books to download.
Children can keep up to date with the latest in the news from our country and around the world with this child-friendly newspaper.
Click on the weekly editions below:
Read Write Inc
This video explains how we teach children to read and write using the Read Write Inc. programme and how you can support your child at home:
My BookBlog in Years 2-6
'My BB' is a fantastic online resource to encourage children to read for pleasure. Our children are supported to choose one of our brand new books at their level using the blurbs, book trailers and reviews of other children. My BB supports the children through the book, enabling them to complete blogs, quizzes and collect jokes and cards. Every child from Y2 upwards has their own password and can log on at home through the link below.
World Book Day 2020!
Here are some examples of our interactive displays, from Early Years to Year 6:
Top Tips on how to hear your child read at home
Are you looking for a present to buy your child? Buy a book! Click here for a list of recommended reads for each age group.
This year, we raised money for Manchester Children's Hospital, by taking part in the city wide 'Readathon'. Our pupils enjoyed the sponsored read, the book review competition and sharing their favourite stories and books from home.
Local author, Simon Adepetun, visited our school to talk to our Key Stage 2 classes and share his journey to get his book, The Bee Hive, published. He inspired our children to follow their dreams, be resilient and not to give up on their passions.