Standish Speedy Readers

 

Welcome to the first blog of Standish Community High School’s very first reading blog, Standish Speedy Readers!
Our name was chosen after a competition and we have also designed our own logo that you can see below.
We meet every Monday dinnertime in Pupil Services with Mrs Taylor where we pick books to read as a group and there are always drinks and snacks and lots of friendly chat too!
Stay tuned for lots of content such as book reviews, recommendations, opinion posts and much more!

 

2019/20

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New read

 

 

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2018/19

Update #1

Ruby M and Conrad S were the Joint Winners of Standish Speedy Readers Competition to develop the group name!

Emily F won the logo design.

Alexander S won the photo essay competition! Alexander “I won the picture story competition. It required a lot of thinking and was harder than I thought!” You can see the design below:

James H and Keiran L both got 5/5 on the Wimpy Kid Meltdown Quiz!

 

 

Update #2

Here are the winning bookmarks from the group!

Toni L also did this great review of the latest Timmy Failure book: you can visit the Tmmy Failure website here – https://timmyfailure.com/the-books/ and check them out for yourself!

Update #3

Here are the latest author profiles from the group:

Alex S and Ruby M are the Author Review Competition Winners and Serena S won a prize for a book review. Congratulations!

Update #4

The group created their own musical instruments following the theme of the book “A Darkness of Dragons”

 

1st Place

 

2nd Place

 

3rd Place

 

 

Update #5

The group created their own reviews of the book “A Darkness of Dragons”. They also took part in reading sessions with members of staff.

1st Place – Tia T

 

2nd Place – Alexander S

 

3rd Place – Toni L

 

 

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The winner of the Missing Word Quiz was Tia T

Update #9

Rhianna C drew the below – It is from the book Fing by David Walliams

Update #10

Thank you to all of the teachers who have read at our reading club:

Mr Johnston-Cree

Mr Owen

Mrs Barker

Mr Blakemore

Mrs O’Connor

Mr Crosbie

 

 

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