From 8th to 31st March all children will take part in the global reading challenge 200 Million Minutes. Every child can log any independent reading they complete or any time they spend listening to others read. Log your reading minutes on your bookmarks and then return to school every Friday for the school minutes to be collated and logged onto the challenge website.
You never know, we might even be named on the leader board and receive a prize.
So get reading and logging those minutes.
This Weeks total up to 12th March
We have accumulated 6987 minutes of reading at home and school from Monday 8th to Friday 12th across the whole school. We are 28th on the leader board across the world with an average of 134.37 minutes per child.
Well done to all the children who have recorded their minutes and brought their bookmarks to school today.
New bookmarks to record reading minutes at home have been sent home today and need to be brought back into school next Friday (19th March) to log.
This week (12th to 19th March) we have accumulated a further 12614 minutes of reading as a whole school. this is an average of 242.58 minutes of reading per child for the week.
Our total reading minutes logged so far is 19691 and this has places us in 21st position on the leader board.
Well done to everyone who is taking part.
This week (19th to 26th March) we have read for a total of 8816 minutes as a school which is an average of 21.19 minutes per child.
Since the beginning of the challenge we have logged a total of 28417 minutes which has put us in 21st place on the
The challenge ends on Wednesday 31st March so let's really push those minutes up over the last few days.
Well done everyone, keep reading!