Reading Workshop for parents

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Our first curriuculum sharing workshop of the new school year is focussed on 'Helping your child learn to read fluently, with understanding and read for pleasure'.

Past workshops have been very well received with positive parent feedback including:
'Presentation was all very good. Visual and informative.'
'Understanding how child is taught'
'Having a mixture of presentation and practical'
'Understanding expectations of the curriculum -- specific requirements'
'Lively and interesting'
'Very informative -- Thank you'

MONDAY 9 OCTOBER 6pm in school.

So don't miss out — come along and find out more. We'd love to see you.
Children will be catered for if childcare is stopping you attending.

Wrenbury staff

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