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Exciting News!

Our fantastic school libraries will be re-opening from Monday 12th October. Your class teacher will explain how you can borrow a book as this is different to last year. 

While you are waiting, make sure you log on to Reading Cloud to look at all the amazing books you could borrow. Do not worry if you do not know your Reading Cloud number (which you need to log on) as your class teacher will give this to you. 

Happy reading! 


All Reading Cloud passwords were reset before your barcode number was given to you to ensure that you could access the website. When you log in, you may see an error message asking you to change your password because of a data breach/error. Please ignore this message and just press okay. Your reading cloud will work as normal. 

We recommend you change your password (click on change your password once you have logged in) to something different to your barcode. Please make sure you write this down and share it with an adult at home as we will only be able to reset your password not tell you what it is if you forget it. 

How to borrow a book- Autumn 2020

Our Reading Cloud App. Why not download it and enjoy instant access to our Reading Cloud? You can instantly write a book review on there!


Use the following website to help you write a really interesting book review.



Alone in the Wide Wide Sea by Michael Morpurgo

This has to be THE best book I’ve  ever read!   This story tells you about a boy named Arthur Hobhouse who travels to Australia  with his key given from his long lost sister, Kitty, because of WWII. He goes to a place named Cooper's Farm where he is always whipped and treated like a slave. He loses his best friend there. Cooper's wife tries to burn the house down to save the kids but she fails. That’s when Arthur and his friend Marty escape and comes to the house of “Auntie Megs” which would be their  house for the next 12 years. There they learned how to save animals and give them freedom. They are also taught how to make boats! He then goes through a life of depression, loss, happiness and reunion with his daughter Allie. Forward 60 years. Arthur’s passed away and Allie’s ready to embark on a journey across half the world  to find her Auntie Kitty. This story makes me cry every time so PLEASE read it!

Reviewed by Eesha

Owls of Blossom Wood To the Rescue

by Catherine Coe

Eva, Katie and Alex are excited for the annual bird concert but when they realise that the Wrens have lost their voices they don't know if they can take their place. Can the Owls of Blossom Wood save the day?

               Reviewed by Liberty

Percy Jackson and the lightning thief  

by Rick Riordan

Half boy. Half God. All Hero. Look, he didn't want to be a half-blood . He never asked to be the son of a Greek God. He was just a normal kid, going to school, playing basketball, skateboarding. The usual. Until he accidentally vaporised his maths teacher. Now he is spending his time battling monsters and generally trying to stay alive. This is the one where Zeus, God of the Sky, thinks he's stolen his lightning bolt - and making Zeus angry is a very bad idea. I really liked this book because it is based on Greek mythology, which I like a lot and because of its unpredictable plot. In my opinion it is the Best fantasy book ever. I'd recommend this book to people who enjoy Greek mythology. The best part of this book is when Percy meets the underworld with Grover and Anabeth. Here he finds his mother but Hades and Zeus are angry because they think that Percy stole their things and therefore will not release Percy's mother who was captured by the minotaur. I did not like the part of the book where Percy's friend Luke betrayed him by working for Kronos. It made me feel sad but Percy knew it was going to happen when the prophecy told him his quest. I would rate this book 5 stars as it is my favorite fantasy book so far and is full of twists and turns.

Reviewed by Jai


The Magician's Nephew by C. S. Lewis

This is the best book I have read this year! It is very interesting and magical. It explains how Aslan, the lion, cultivated the mysterious land of Narnia. It has many fascinating characters. It begins with 2 children, Digory and Polly who are accidentally thrust into different worlds wearing magical rings with help from Digory's Uncle Andrew. Along the way they meet many peculiar and mysterious people like Queen Jadis from the Land of Charn and a talking Lion called Aslan from the World called Nothing! They make friends and enemies though their travels. Because I read The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe, (2nd book in the series) before this, it answers a lot of questions about some of the mysteries in that book. There is so much you can learn about The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe by reading this book; Who is the Professor? How was Narnia created? Where did the evil Queen come from and how did she end up in Narnia? Do you know what was the most amazing thing I learnt from reading this book? How the wardrobe became a portal beteen our world and Narnia! I hope you enjoyed my review and hope you like the book as much as me.

Written by Arjun