20 January 2022
Louth Academy is launching an exciting new Literacy initiative to help promote reading and ensure it is at the heart of our curriculum.
Research has shown that children’s ability to read has a huge impact on their capacity to access the curriculum whilst at school. Unfortunately, too many students stop reading when they move to secondary school and this can have a detrimental effect on their progress. Therefore, Louth Academy is launching a new Literacy initiative to encourage reading for pleasure and enhance progress across the curriculum.
The Literacy initiative already involves:
The week commencing 24 January, students at Louth Academy will be taking part in Louth Literacy Week. This week will involve:
If you would like to attend the Literacy Coffee Afternoon, please complete the reply slip attached by Tuesday 25 January. Reply slips need to be handed to your child’s form tutor to help us plan for the event. Please report to the Main Reception on arrival. Car parking is available in the visitor’s carpark at the front of the Academy.
We look forward to working with parents to increase participation in reading and hope you can join us in the Lower School Library for our coffee afternoon.
Mr P Dickinson