There have been some mind-blowing reading results across all of our groups since September with most classes now well and truly in the Millionaires Club and, after another incredible term of super speedy reading and quizzing action, our Easter Reading Racers results are now in! Read more
After an incredible term of super reading and quizzing action, our Christmas Reading Racers results are now in! Read more
After a very busy half term, packed with reading and quizzing, the results of the next Reading Racers checkpoint are now in!
7EN1 maintain pole position with a staggering 1,185,433 words read since the start of the half term in September!
Stepping up to the challenge recently, 7EN2 now have a much healthier word total of 680,478 words so far.
7En3 have closed the gap to overtake 7En4 and are now in 3rd position having read an impressive 290,260 words this term.
Chasing quickly with 218,851 words, 7EN4 look like they are trying to make up for their recent loss of bronze position.
7En5 have accelerated their reading at a massive speed in the last few weeks and are next with 21,974 words. This is a jump of over a hundred thousand words since the first checkpoint – outstanding effort!
This leaves 7En6 currently in 6th position but an improvement of over ten thousand words gives them a super total of 11,498 words this half term.
8En1 have been twice round the track this half term! Their word count so far this term is a colossal 2,636,002 words – INCREDIBLE!
8En2 and 8En3 are now fighting for 2nd place with 414,134 and 322,353 words respectively – an impressive leap from set 3 who were previously in 4th position.
8En4 are on their tails though with a mega 217,027 words.
Struggling at the back but still showing determination with their reading are 8En5 and 8En6 with 70,900 and 34,942 words respectively.
Keep reading and quizzing! Maybe next time, your class will be claiming pole position!
Year 7 and 8 Accelerated Reader classes have been making excellent progress with their reading so far this term. The results of the first Reading Racers checkpoint are now in!
8En1 are way ahead of the pack with a mega 462,385 words already this term!
8En2 and 8En4 are fighting for 2nd place with 31,919 and 31,747 words respectively.
8En5 have qiuizzed their way into the middle of the pack with an impressive 22,350 words.
8En3 have some catching up to do, struggling towards the back with 14,892 words while…
8EN6 are chasing their tails with their 10,404 words.
Keep reading, keep quizzing and who knows, maybe there will be some unexpected leaders next time!
Year 7 and 8 English classes continue to make huge leaps forward with their reading this half term and are zooming towards the finish line and heading for incredible achievements at the end of this year!
Currently in pole position for Year 7 are 7EN1 who have read a staggering three million, twenty nine thousand, three hundred and thirty four words since September – ASTOUNDING!
The Year 8 leaders this half term are 8EN1 who are also exceptionally close to reaching the 3 million word mark!
The fight is now on for 2nd and 3rd positions; 7EN3, 7EN2 and 7EN4 are all battling for a place in the top spots in Year 7 and 8EN4 and 8EN6 are jostling for a Year 8 place as the end of the school year comes in to view.
Who will be victorious?!
Watch this space…
Year 7 and 8 English classes have made huge strides with their reading this term and are racing towards a fantastic finish at the end of the year.
In pole position in the Year Groups so far are 7EN1 and 8En4. These classes have read over 2 million words each since September – INCREDIBLE!
Coming in close behind for second position are 7EN3 with 1,593,278 words and 8En1 with 1,976,420 words.
Finally, fighting their way into third place are 7En2 and 8En3 who have read 958,585 and 766,676 words respectively.
Every class is working exceptionally hard in their reading lessons and should be extremely proud of their achievements so far this year. Well done!
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