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Studies have shown that students can lose approximately 2 months of reading performance and the effects of this are cumulative, so the lost weeks of the school holidays can soon add up.

Reading for 20 minutes a day throughout school half term and summer holidays could be enough to help your child maintain their reading progress and prevent the loss. By splitting this into two 10- minute sessions, it is easily achievable and keeping it short will help the most reluctant readers to stay engaged.

Try to incorporate reading into everything that you do! 20 minutes a day spent reading exposes students to over a 1.8 million words in a year!

Look on the Revision Hub which you can access from the homepage to see the details of tasks that have been set.