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Develop children into confident, independent readers with fiction and non-fiction for Key Stage 2
Keep them hooked on reading with high-quality books created by top authors from Anne Fine and Narinder Dhami to Ross Montgomery and Abie Longstaff
Broaden knowledge of different curriculum areas with fascinating non-fiction and topic-linked fiction that supports history, geography and more
Build essential comprehension and vocabulary skills using the end-of book quizzes and through rich language used across a range of genres and writing styles
Tap into children's interest areas with modern character series and fact-filled non-fiction that explores topics such as coding, music and sports from new angles
Boost your teaching of reading with a great-value eBook Library for the whole school
Capture children's imaginations through classic and contemporary illustrated fiction
Spark curiosity and intrigue with fascinating non-fiction
that supports study across the curriculum.
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Includes a range of Reading Planet books for Reception-Key Stage 2
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The Key Stage 2 books have re-awakened a thirst for reading again, sparking a renewed interest into some old classics, as well as new titles.
In Key Stage 2, the girls especially like the the Pocket Elf series and the boys the World of Robots series.
The children in KS2 have responded well to the new books. They are very appealing and look mature
Importantly, the scheme features modern day topics such as well-being and resilience, which we teach in other lessons, and makes topics such as science and problem - solving accessible to both boys and girls.
Discover the available resources for Key Stage 2.
Find out how Reading Planet Key Stage 2 books are levelled
Includes information on how Reading Planet supports the KS2 reading curriculum, assessment guidance, book banding and more
We work with schools across the country to trial our resources and carry out research into the impact of Reading Planet.