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Learn LIVE Read Channel - Children Stories Online. Monday to Friday
Learn LIVE Read Channel – Children Stories Online
Monday to Friday
Welcome to the Learn LIVE Read Channel where we give you – children stories online!
Please note: all Learn Live broadcasts both LIVE and On Demand are accessible to all parents and guardians at home.
This page will feature LIVE Reads every day from (Monday to Friday) to help thousands of students and parents who are using Learn Live to assist in home learning during these difficult times.
Here’s what we have in store for you!
Monday 18th May
|Miss Gledhill from High Force Education reads The Magic Sky by Joanna Cole|
|Mrs Algar from Amwell View School reads When the walrus comes by Chris Riddell|
|Mrs Palfreman from Amwell View School signing Zizz Bear by K Wallace|
|Miss Richards from Trinant Primary School reads The Gruffalo songbook by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Eveleigh from Westbury Leigh Primary reads Where Bear by Sohy Henn|
|Miss Presland from Westbourne reads Lost and found by Oliver Jeffers|
|Mrs Hearn from Haynes Lower School reads Peppa Plays Football by Neville Astley|
|Mrs Dickson from William Morris Primary School reads Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Legeno-Bell from Hethersett Academy reads Winnie the Pooh A.A. Milne|
|Mr Mason from St James Lower Darwen Primary School reads A Squash and a Squeeze by Julia Donaldson|
|Sarah Mead from Meridian Angel Primary School reads “love you forever” by Robert Munsch|
Tuesday 19th May
|Ashwood spencer academy read Giraffes cant dance by Giles Andreae|
|Fiona Baker reads Arianna and the pirates by Diana Norman|
|Soha Shah from Claremont reads “Little bear is stuck at home” by Martin Waddell|
|Mrs Bartram from Boston St Mary’s reads Dragon Stew by Steve Smallman|
|Mrs Hearn -reads Stick Man by Julia Donaldson|
|Ms Eastwood from Alverton Primary School reads This Moose Belongs to me by Oliver Jeffers|
|Miss Wheeler from Oldfield reads The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson|
|Miss Hindley reads We’re Going on a Bear Hunt – (sign language) by Michael Rosen|
|Mrs Race from Skerton St Lukes Primary reads Willy the Wimp by Anthony Browne|
|Colline Gallop from Derwent primary school reads The Dark by Susan Cooper|
|Glenfrome Primary reads Cat in the hat by Dr. Seuss|
|Amwell View School reads Rainbow Fish by Marcus Pfister|
Wednesday 20th May
|Andrea Rushen from Holy Trinity School reads Dinosaur loves underpants from Claire Freedman|
|Miss Burt reads Tiger Who Came to Tea by Judith Kerr|
|Miss Burt sings Superworm by Julia Donaldson|
|Miss Batty from Roundhay School Primary Campus reads Max and the bird by Ed Vere|
|Miss Morgan from Christ Church CE Primary reads Emperor’s Egg|
|Stoneyholme Primary School reads The Slightly Annoying Elephant by David Walliams|
|Mrs Steel from Meadow Park Academy reads Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Hearn from Haynes Lower School reads The Smartest Giant in Town by Julia Donaldson|
|Miss Redfern from Ashwood Spencer Academy reads Peace at last by Jill Murphy|
|Sophie Klimt, Year 2 teacher reads – the day the crayons quit by Drew Daywalt & Oliver Jeffers|
|St James Lower Darwen Primary School reads Tabby McTat by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Lindsell from Amwell View School reads A Squash and a Squeeze by Julia Donaldson|
Thursday 21st May
|Mrs Hearn from Haynes Lower School reads Hairy Maclary from Donaldson’s Dairy by Lynley Dodd|
|Miss Weaver from St Patrick’s Primary School reads The Wonky Donkey by Craig Smith|
|Miss Young from Hillstone Primary School reads The Tiger Who Came for Tea by Judith Kerr|
|Miss Harris from Haseltine Primary School reads the boy the mole the fox and the horse by Charlie Mackesy|
|Mrs Luxton from Windwhistle Primary School reads Jack and the beanstalk by Steven Kellogg|
|Kate wighton from Alwoodley Primary School readis sharing a shell by Julia Donaldson|
|Mr Wilkins from Eccleston Primary School reads Dinosaur who lost his roar by Russell Punter|
|Mrs Scott from Saint Marie’s Primary reads The Moon’s Dress by Elizabeth Hawkins|
|Miss Derrick reads Lost and Found by Oliver Jeffers|
|Preacher the Storyteller reads Ted’s Shed by Phil Roxbee-Cox|
|Miss Lankester from Thomas Academy reads Elmer and Wilbur by David McKee|
|Miss Bramwell and Miss Nath from Ashwood Spencer reads the woods by Rob Hodgson|
Friday 22nd May
|Ms Wighton from Alwoodley Primary School reads Mr Big by Ed Vere|
|Mrs Luxton from Windwhistle Primary School tiger who came for tea by Judith Kerr|
|Miss Derrick reads Really Really by Kes Gray|
|Miss Jones from Hadley Learning Community reads Goldilocks and the Three Bears Robert Southey|
|Mr Verga reads A Squash and a Squeeze by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Kate Evans reads oh the places you’ll go by Dr Seuss|
|Mrs Hearn Haynes Lower School reads The Elephant and the Bad Baby Elfrida Vipont|
|Mrs Allston from Mayflower primary reads The Gruffalo Child by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Allen from Pippins School reads Oi Dog! by Kes Gray|
|Mrs Calderwood from Sellincourt reads Miss Jump the Jockey by Allan Ahlberg|
|Mrs Warrender from Poplars School read Nat Fantastic by Giles Andreae|
|Alison Watts St Loys Primary School reads “Sofa Dog” by Leonie Lord|
|Mrs Smith from Seaton Primary reads One for Sorrow (her own poem)|
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