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This page was last updated on Friday 3rd July 2020 at 17:45

"If you're going to get anywhere in life, you have to read a lot of books." ~ Roald Dahl

 

Whole Class Data ~ Reading Practice Quizzes

Quizzes Taken (to date): 1,593 ~ an increase of 17 since last week.

Quizzes Passed (to date): 1,484 ~ an increase of 17 since last week.

Word Count (to date): 26,552,883 ~ an increase of 411,841 since last week ~ * Super :) *

Can we reach 30 million words by the end of term?

 

Average Percentage

80%+ (Mycah, Oliver, Seth, Vinnie, Caleb and Lexi)

85%+ (Lucas, Isabella, Omari, Lottie, Roisin, Sophia, Alex, Harry and Ben)

90%+ (Alexa, Julia, Ava, Sam, Georgia, Elliott, Edie, Noel, Georgina, Luke, Laurence and James)

This week, the highest recorded Average Percentage is 97.8%

 

Book Points

50+ (Edie, Oliver, Isabella, Vinnie and Harry)

100+ (Sam, Elliott, Sophia, Noel and Julia)

200+ 

300+ (Luke and James)

400+ (*Omari*, Georgina, Roisin and Laurence) 

This week, the highest recorded Book Points total = 445.5

 

Word Count

100,000+ (Mycah, Ava, Lucas, Lexie and Georgia)

250,000+ (Seth, Oliver, Lottie, Edie, Ben, Caleb, Isabella and Vinnie)

500,000+ (Harry)

750,000+ (Sam and Elliott)

 

* Word Millionaires *

(with an Average Percentage of 85%+)

1 Million +

* Noel *

* Sophia *

* Julia *

2 Million +

** Luke **

** James **

** Georgina **

** Laurence **

** Omari ** 

3 Million +

*** Roisin ***

This week, the highest Word Count = 3,005,255

 

* Congratulations *

Omari on achieving over 400 Book Points 

Roisin on reading over 3,000,000 words

 

 ** Wonderful work this week in Independent Reading ~ I'm truly proud of you all :) **

'Over the next few afternoons Mrs Phelps could hardly take her eyes from the small girl sitting for hour after hour in the big armchair at the far end of the room with the book on her lap.'

Extract taken from Roald Dahl's: Matilda

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