We have celebrate our 20th birthday, and what a successful two decades we’ve had! Over the years we have heard from some really happy teachers, parents and young readers. We’ve picked some of them out for you and here is what they have to say about Kluwell products.
Seven Fields have been using Kluwell Reading Journals for around 4 years. We find them a very useful communication tool between school and home. Parents are keen to add their own comments in the space provided, which in turn helps the school to access the genres of books the children like to read. The children are able to communicate their likes and dislikes easily, by drawing their emotions on the blank space to the side of the parent's comment box.
Seven Fields are very keen to promote reading at home. We use the certificates provided within the Kluwell Reading Journals in order to praise and encourage continued commitment to reading. They are awarded to the children as part of a celebration at assembly each week.
It’s just the kick start we needed to regular reading.
When I get a certificate I am happy and excited and then I start to count the number of nights I need to read until the next one.
I just wanted to drop you a line to say how impressed we’ve been with them. Children, parents and teachers love them. Pupils, from bookworms to reluctant readers, have been really motivated to earn their next sticker milestone and next week we’re having a non-uniform day to celebrate everyone who has reached 200 nights. Parents have really engaged with the new journals, while teachers have commented on how the clear format makes it much easier to keep track of pupils’ reading and provide additional support where necessary.
Really good! My child is getting lots of certificates and she is improving!!!!!
We have bought your reading booklets now for the 2 academic years and have found them to be fantastic – they have transformed reading at our school, engaging parents and motivating the children brilliantly!
The books have really helped to motivate our children to read more widely. Children have risen to the challenge and boys especially have risen to the competitive element which we further extended with the opportunity for them to be entered into a prize draw too.
We monitor the books very closely and have set up a reading cafe to support families who want a bit of help reading together.
Without the reading booklets, we would be struggling to get parents to see the importance of reading at home.