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  • Book Fair

    Published 20/01/20, by Claire Jones
    Our yearly book fair is coming to Crossdale on 5th February and will be with us until the 13th. As you will know from previous visits, not only will you have the chance to buy some fantastic books but Crossdale also benefits from your purchas
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  • Reading information morning for parents

    Published 20/11/19, by Peter Cresswell

    We hope you found this morning informative and that your time spent with Mr Cresswell or Mrs Westmorland, and the time spent in your child's class has helped you understand how we teach reading at Crossdale.

    Please click below to review the presentations we shared with parents who were able to attend.

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  • Reading Morning Reminder

    Published 15/11/19, by Rebecca Jackson
    Just a reminder that on Wednesday morning, grown ups are invited to join us in the morning for a reading session.  Mrs Westie has been popping this on the Crossdale News and has included further detail today.   We would love for KS2 grow
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  • Holiday Reading Challenge

    Published 17/10/19, by Claire Jones

    Attached is a reading challenge to keep our youngest children excited about reading over the holidays. These will go home with children in Reception, Y1 and Y2 tomorrow. Enjoy!

    All children will be helped to choose book banded books tomorrow to keep you going over the holidays as well as a book they have chosen from our class libraries.

    I know we will have some very full Reading Journey Books after the holidays!

    Mrs Jones

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  • Keyworth Library

    Published 16/10/19, by Fru Westmorland
    Don't forget the library is a great resource in our village; a lovely place to sit and enjoy reading and has a huge range of books to borrow for primary aged children. Opening times are:
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  • Reading Lists By Year Group!

    Published 16/10/19, by Fru Westmorland
    Looking for your next good book to get stuck into, a present for Christmas or birthdays or  some new bedtime stories?  Use the web link below to see reading lists for all year groups from EYFS to Year 6 - let us know if you find any bril
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