More Virtual Reading at Berwick Academy

20 May 2020

Virtual Readathon Update – May 2020

After the extremely popular reading of ‘The Little Prince’, our teachers have been busy recording a whole range of books, stories, poems and non-fiction texts.  Our students have told us just how much they have enjoyed listening to the virtual readathon while they have been at home, and our teachers have really enjoyed creating the recordings for them.

Here is a selection of texts that students have enjoyed to date:

Words by Edward Thomas

'Words, by Edward Thomas

Macavity the Mystery Cat by T.S. Eliot

'Macavity', the Mystery Cat, by T.S. Eliot

The Tyger by William Blake

'The Tyger', by William Blake

'Home - Thoughts from Abroad', by Robert Browning.

'Home - Thoughts from Abroad', by Robert Browning.

•	We're All Going On A Bear Hunt, by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury

• We're All Going On A Bear Hunt, by Michael Rosen and Helen Oxenbury

'Clockwork',, by Philip Pullman

'Clockwork',, by Philip Pullman

'Kidnapped', by Robert Louis Stevenson

'Kidnapped', by Robert Louis Stevenson

'How do Lizards Walk Upside Down?' from New Scientist, May 2020

'How do Lizards Walk Upside Down?' from New Scientist, May 2020

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