Get comfortable and choose your favourite story! We love choosing and reading stories for you. As you now know who your new teacher will be in September - why not find a story that they have read and get to know them a little bit.
Lots of love xx
Mrs Hart (Year Two) reads a funny poem - you may feel like you've heard it before!
Mrs Ogden (Year Two) has a fun book to read us about Winnie and her cat Wilbur.
Mrs Howarth (Year One) reads a famous story about a dog with lots of animal friends.
Miss Green (Year One) reads us a story about a little boy with a fairy godmother...
Mrs Hermans (Year One and Two) reads a story about a hungry badger!
Mrs Al-Noah (Year One) reads a book that'll get you making some funny choices!
Mrs Glass (Year Two) has a hilarious book to read for us today.
Mrs Hart (Year Two) reads a traditional tale with a twist!
Miss Myles has a lovely story to read today about being yourself.
Mrs Spooner (Reception) reads a story about a very interesting cardboard box..
Mrs Abbot (Nursery) reads a story created by the Rainbow Project to support the NHS.
Miss Hodgson (Reception) is feeling festive this week as she reads a fantastic funny book!
Mrs Howarth (Nursery) has a story about a kind, friendly giant. If you know this one can you join in with the song?
Mrs Hart (Year Two) reads a story about a very large crocodile - an animal not to be messed with!
Mrs Ogden (Year Two) has a story to read about a sneaky black cat.
Mrs O'Connell (Year One) reads a book about all of the different things that go on inside our homes.
Our special guest Mrs Bisset reads another story for us all the way from a beach in Scotland.
Mrs Dempsey (Year Two) reads a story all about a class that takes Show and Tell a little too far!
Mrs Ogden (Year Two) reads a charming story about a dancing pug called Biff.
Mrs Hermans (Year One & Two) reads a funny story by one of her favourite authors.
Mrs Howarth (Nursery) reads one of her granddaughter's favourite books - it's a bit of a cheeky one!
Mrs Nield (Year Two) has a funny story to read this week. The author of the book lives in Stretford too, how exciting!
Miss Green (Year One) reads a story about a girl who lives in Kenya, and a lot of noisy nocturnal animals...
Mrs Daniels (Year One & Reception) has another book by the same author as the last book she read for us - 'Dear Bear'. Enjoy!
Mrs Hart (Year Two) reads a story about a little girl who really want a puppy!
Miss Myles reads a hilarious book this week!
Mrs Gill (Year Two) reads a classic story and shows us what she spotted when out on her bike!
Mrs Cook (Reception) tells us a story about an unusual friend found in the woods...
Mrs Al-Noah (Year One) reads a book about friendship.
Miss Myles tells us a story about a clever little shrew and how they survive in the wild.
Mrs O'Connell (Year One) reads a story about a little girl who finds some interesting characters while feeling bored at her Grandma's house...
As many people are celebrating Eid this weekend, Mrs Khan (Reception) reads a lovely story about a family celebrating the special day.
Mrs Dempsey (Year Two) reads you a classic story.
Mrs Glass (Year Two) has another beautiful story to read to you.
Mrs Hart (Year Two) reads a classic book about a dog and his new sweater.
Miss Green (Year One) has a lovely story about animals to read this week.
Our Headteacher, Miss Vrlec, reads us an uplifting story about a little dog who tries to impress the one he loves.
Mrs Walkden, our Deputy Headteacher, reads her favourite book - a funny story about a penguin who wants to be left alone!
Mrs Howarth (Year One) reads a story about fairytale characters. It sounds scary but it'll make you laugh I promise!
Now we have a special guest... Mrs Bisset who left us last year to move to Scotland! She has sent us a video all the way from her new home, it's absolutely lovely to have you on here, Mrs Biscuit!
Miss Brown (Nursery) reads one of her favourite books.
Mrs Hart (Year Two) has a story to read about a very suspicious ice cream lady..!
Mrs Howarth (Nursery) reads us a funny story in the beautiful sunshine.
Mrs Hermans (Year One & Two) is here to read you a story about a very brave and clever mouse who lives in Venice.
Mrs Glass (Year Two) wants to read you a story about one of her favourite animals - and if you're lucky there might be a couple of visitors in the video too!
Miss Hodgson (Reception) is here with Superworm! You know you want to join in!
Mrs Nield (Year Two) reads a story about a naughty monster who goes to school!
Mrs Khan (Reception) has been looking forward to reading us this story about a dog whose life is about to change.
Mrs Daniels (Year One & Reception) has a beautiful story to tell about a bear under the stairs.
Miss Myles (who works with all year groups) reads a very interesting story...!
Mrs Abbot (Nursery) is back! This time with a snail trail in her garden.
Mrs Ogden (Year Two) reads a mixed up traditional tale. Do you recognise the characters from other stories?
Mrs Spooner (Reception) reads a well loved family favourite from when her children were little.
Mrs Al-Noah (Year One) reads the hilarious Oi Frog! Can you hear the rhyming words?
Mrs Cook (Reception) reads us the story of The Paper Dolls - a Julia Donaldson story illustrated by Rebecca Cobb. Can you make your own paper dolls?
Mrs Gill (Year Two) reads The Blue Balloon - her family's favourite story. What can you do with a blue balloon?
Mrs O'Connell (Year One) reads a beautifully illustrated book about a lonely fox. Can you guess what season it is at the end of this book?
Mrs Abbot (Nursery) is in her garden ready to hunt eggs - will you help her find some?
Miss Green (Year One) is reading a traditional tale ... with a twist!
Mrs Dempsey (Year Two) reads Tree and shows us the different seasons through this lovely book.
Unfortunately not the ones with chocolate chips.
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