Reading for Pleasure
Reading for pleasure has been defined by the National Literacy Trust as “reading that we do of our own free will, anticipating the satisfaction that we will get from the act of reading.
At Beanfield we recognise that teaching children to read is simply not enough if we want our children to thrive whilst with us and when they move on to secondary school. We recognise that we have to support children to really enjoy reading, the process of choosing a book and developing the excitement and anticipation that should come from being immersed in a good book.
Use the tabs on the left to navigate through the ways in which we give children opportunities to read for pleasure and the provision we make to support children to love and enjoy reading.