Reading Ages

At WWJS, our aim is to ignite the passion for reading. Reading is a vital skill that will support children’s learning across the whole curriculum. As a school, we will ensure that our children are taught to read with fluency, accuracy and understanding. Above all, we want children in our school to become enthusiastic, independent and reflective readers. Essentially, we want children to enjoy reading.

In order for our children to fulfil their potential in reading we need as much parental support as possible and we hope to work together in order to ensure that all children succeed.

Average reading ages in each year group:

  Approx. reading age Our average reading age
Year 3 7-8 7.7
Year 4 8-9 8.4
Year 5 9-10 8.4
Year 6 10-11 9.9

Today, you will receive a letter with your child’s reading age on. Children were tested on their understanding of words in different contexts. Thank you for all your support with reading, we have attached a help sheet on the other side of the letter that might come in handy at home.

Thank you for your ongoing support at home!

We hope you have a fabulous Christmas and a Happy New Year!

World War 2 Tanks

Year 6 were very lucky to get the opportunity to learn lots about Tanks. Mr Clarke taught all the year group about how tanks have changed.  All of the children loved learning more about these incredible vehicles. Thank you Mr Clarke!



What a great tea party and coffee afternoon!

Thank you to everyone who turned up for the Year 3’s tea party, contributed to bringing cakes and helped eating them too. We managed to raise an amazing £330.38. It was a huge success and we couldn’t have managed it without your wonderful support.

Have a fabulous week and thanks again for your amazing efforts!!


Are you looking for something to occupy your child on Saturday tea times?

Messy Church is at Holy Trinity WW is on tomorrow from 4pm and Amelia Tudor (one of our Year 6 children) is being confirmed in that service –  you are more than welcome to go along.
Messy Church is about fun and friendship – we do lots of crafts, make lots of mess, sing and eat together (sausage and chips with ice cream tomorrow) all free of charge……. It is a family event and parents/carers have to stay with and be responsible for their children….