Literacy

Developing reading, writing and oracy skills will not only help you in your academic studies across the school, but these valuable skills will help you in your future careers. Literacy plays a vital role in transforming you into socially engaged citizens. Being able to read and write means being able to keep up with current events, communicate effectively, and understand the issues that are shaping our world. At Wright Robinson College, we aim to support students as far as possible to improve their literacy abilities and that is why students in Year 7 & 8 will be completing the Accelerated Reader programme this academic year to enhance and improve their reading abilities.

Please use the tools below to access our ‘Wright Robinson College Reading Guide’ and for more information on the Accelerated Reader programme including useful guides.

Accelerated Reader

Wright Robinson College Reading Guide

Changes to Transition Days

Parents and carers of Year 6 students joining us in September please read the information about changes to our Transition Days in the letter below.

Year 6 Changes to Transition Days Letter

 

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