Summer Reading Projects – KS3/KS4 and Transition

The English Summer Reading Project – all students received this via email at the end of term.

As well as reading books, don’t forget that non-fiction such as newspapers and magazines are also excellent reading material and will get students used to a range of reading experiences that will set them up well for GCSE and beyond, as well as broadening their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live.

Reading acts as a common thread that helps all of us connect, reading will not only help students excel academically but will also improve their understanding of human behaviour and emotions.

All students should do a wide variety of reading at home as well as in school. Don’t just stick to one author, or one genre. Experiment with something new. That is just one of the many reasons we set a Summer Reading Project.

Check out the reading page on the school website for lots of free books, audio books, recommended reading lists and competitions (Curriculum > Reading at Heath Park)

Follow us on Twitter for regular reading updates – @HeathParkReads

Any work completed by students can handed in or emailed to your English teacher in September.

Transition Summer Reading Project

KS3+4 English Summer Reading Project