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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 1st June
|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 2nd May
|Miss Henderson from Upper Rhymney Primary School reads I’m not scared by Johnathon Allen|
|Mrs Hearn from Haynes Lower School reads Room on the Broom by Julia Donaldson|
|St James Lower Darwen Primary School reads Mr Tickle by Roger Hargreaves|
|Mrs Mclntyre from Grand Avenue Primary School reads The Enchanted Tree By Enid Blyton Part 19|
|Samantha Hill reads Meerkat Mail by Emily Gravett|
|Miss Jones from Hadley Learning Community reads Cheer Up Chicken by Bob Hartman|
|Mrs Calderwood from Sellincourt School reads The Tiger Who Came for Tea by Judith Kerr|
|Mrs Tonner from Glendale Primary School reads Oi Frog! by Kes Gray|
|Joanna Wooff from Landgate School reads The Pencil by Allan Ahlberg|
|Richard Queensborough reads Simeon part 1|
|Mrs Gwen Rees from St Wilfrids reads The Twits part 1 by Roald Dahl|
|Liza Marquez from Claremont School reads Clifford The Big Bad cold by Norman Bridwell|
Wednesday 3rd May
|Miss Perry from Milton CE Primary School reads The Huge Bag of Worries by Virginia Ironside|
|Mrs Hearn from Haynes Lower school reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle|
|Mrs Smith from Seaton Primary School reads One for Sorrow (her own poem)|
|Mrs Mclntyre from Grand Avenue Primary School reads The Enchanted Tree By Enid Blyton Part 20|
|Miss Henderson from Upper Rhymney Primary School reads Heddwch O’r Diwedd (in Welch)|
|Mrs Rushworth from Currie Primary School reads Little Red Riding Hood by Charles Perrault|
|Miss Birchard from Reigate Parish Church Primary School reads The Koala Who Could by Rachel Bright|
|Miss Jones from Hadley Learning Community reads The Snail and the Whale by Julia Donaldson|
|Trainee Early Years Support Assistant from Sheuchan Nursery reads Peppa Pig at the Zoo by Neville Astley|
|Richard Queensborough reads Simeon part 2|
|Mrs Gwen Rees from St Wilfrids reads The Twits part 2 by Roald Dahl|
|Miss Makhecha from Sellincourt Primary School reads The Tiger Who Came for Tea by Judith Kerr|
Thursday 4th May
|Nicola Griffiths from St Helens well-being team reads Lady and the Tramp by Teddy Slater|
|Mr Paine from Lancing College reads The Dot by Peter H. Reynolds|
|Mrs Bathgate from Bristol Sea Mills reads 10 things to help save my world by Melanie wash|
|Mrs Mclntyre from Grand Avenue Primary School reads The Enchanted Tree By Enid Blyton Part 21|
|Miss Elliott from Bedale Primary School reads Field Trip to the Moon by Jeanne Willis|
|Mrs Rushworth from Currie Primary School reads Twinkle Twinkle Little Star and Humpty Dumpty|
|Mrs Davis from Barry Island Primary School reads Peely Wally by KALI STILEMAN|
|Miss Sutton from Canon Burrows Primary School reads You’re Here for a Reason by Nancy Tillman|
|Miss Scott from Kennington Primary School reads Who Am I? by Gervase Phinn|
|Miss Young from Christ Church Primary School reads The Everywhere Bear by Julia Donaldson|
|Mrs Gwen Rees from St Wilfrids reads The Twits part 3 by Roald Dahl|
|Mrs Walsh from Bewick Bridge CPS reads Barry The Fish with Fingers and The Hairy Scary Monster|
Friday 5th May
|Maria Molina from St Stephen’s Primary School reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle|
|Miss Scott from Kennington Primary School reads The Tiger Who Came for Tea by Judith Kerr|
|Mrs Kemp from Falcons School for boys reads How Boris got his Buzz Back by Dan Douglass|
|Mrs Mclntyre from Grand Avenue Primary School reads The Enchanted Tree By Enid Blyton Part 22|
|Mrs Booth from Coed Hirwaun Primary School reads The Gruffalos Child|
|Mrs Rushworth from Currie Primary School reads Cinderella by Daisy Fisher|
|Mrs Garlick from Belmont Academy reads Too Hot to Hug by Steve Smallman|
|Miss Marsden from St James Primary School reads The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle|
|Mrs Burdett reads Aliens Love Underpants by Claie Freedman & Ben Cart|
|Mrs Hall from Lane End Primary School reads Octopus Socktopus|
|Miss Cooke from Poplars Farm reads Kitchen Disco by Clare Foges|
|Mrs Rushworth from Currie Primary School reads The Little Squirrel|
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