Welcome to St Mary's School at Home - Reading Room
Please have a look around the reading room for a story to listen to. We hope you enjoy listening to our stories as much as we enjoy sharing them with you.
Here is a poem for you all to enjoy - it's Roald Dahl's version of the famous story - The Three Little Pigs. Watch the video - enjoy the poem - see which staff pop up!
Click on 'Children's Corner' to enter the Children's Reading Room where you will find
St Mary's children reading stories!
Here's a story for children in Indigo and Violet Class. Mrs Hills reads 'Island' by Nicky Singer. Click on the book to hear the first six chapters. Enjoy!
Ms Morley is joining in the fun with 'What the Ladybird Heard'.
Here's Mrs McKenzie reading 'Room on the Broom'. It's a St Mary's Staff favourite.
Here is a beautiful story - The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane read by Mrs Lawlor. Click on the book to hear the first chapter.
Sam in Blue Class had a clear out at home and kindly donated some brilliant books to the school. Mrs Hills found this one in the pile and though she would share it with you. Click on the picture of the book to hear the first part of the story.
Click to listen to The Shopping Basket by John Burningham
Click on the book to hear Miss McMillan reading Fantastic Mr Fox.
Click to hear the story of Matilda who told lies and was burned to death!
Children in Violet Class, Mrs Hills has popped into your classroom and had a look at some of the new books Miss Ticehurst ordered for you. Click on the images of the books below to listen to the start of the books that caught Mrs Hills' eye!
Click to hear Mrs Tabassi-Gill reading
David McKee's classic 'Elmer'.
Click on the picture to hear Mrs Williams reading 'The Troll' by Julia Donaldson.
Children in Blue Class click on the video to the right to hear Mrs Willmott reading 'Rags: Hero Dog of WW1'.
As featured in the newsletter on 7th May - click on the image to link to this book about the coronavirus.
Click on the books to hear Mrs Beard read you the stories.
Click to hear Miss McMillan reading Tadpole's Promise.