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Stories from your teachers.

Storytelling is one of the oldest, most powerful forms of communication and it is so important to a child's development from an early age. It provides many benefits, such as; improving language skills, boosting creativity and imagination, developing cultural understanding, and engages children with their learning. 

What you will find here is a collection of stories being read to you by our teachers. We hope you enjoy them.

Jack And Francis.m4v

Mr Morgan and Mr Morgan reading Did I ever tell you how lucky you are? by Dr Seuss.

Barry.m4v

Mr Harding reading The Troll by Julia Donaldson.

Willbee the Bumblebee.MP4

Mrs Norris reading Willbee the Bumblebee by Craig Smith & Maureen Thomson.

The Bumble Bear.MOV

Mrs Norris and her daughter reading The BumbleBear by Nadia Shireen.

Hugless Douglas.MOV

Mrs Norris reading Hugless Douglas by David Melling.

Tyrannosaurus Drip 2.MOV

Mrs Norris reading Tyrannosaurus Drip by Julia Donaldson

Iris and Isaac.MOV

Mrs Norris reading Iris and Isaac by Catherine Rayner

Sharing a Shell.MP4

Mrs Norris and her daughter reading Sharing a Shell by Julia Donaldson.

Aidan (1).m4v

Mr Norris reading The day the crayons quit by Drew Daywalt.

Rooster Trouble.MOV

Mrs Hill reading Rooster Trouble.

What Should a Horse Say.MOV

Mrs Hill reading What Should a Horse Say? by Fleur McDonald

large.mov

The Nursery Team reading The Three Billy Goats Gruff

Stories to Listen to

Can you follow the story without seeing the pictures? Here are some stories just for your ears. These would make a perfect bedtime story.

Frank and The 3 bears.m4a

Mrs Stephenson tells a story about her sausage dog, Frank, and the Three Bears.

Little Frank Riding Hood.m4a

Mrs Stephenson tells a story about Little Frank Riding Hood.

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