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Premier League Reading Stars …


Watch a short summary of the Premier League Reading Stars program featuring West Thornton Primary Academy.

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“Premier League Reading Stars …”

  1. March 4th, 2015 at 4:15 pm      Reply 16sama Says:

    Hi Mr Tee,

    And thank you for this video because first of all I thought that
    “PREMIER LEAGUE READING STARS” was a group of children who found football interesting and read books. No,but now I have changed my mind and think that “PREMIER LEAGUE READING STARS” is great for children who are interested in football and struggle with reading.

    Therefore I agree that “PREMIER LEAGUE READING STARS” is great club for children who struggle with reading. In addition to this they can carry on with their football thoughts.

    I wonder how many football books there are in the world ?

    • March 4th, 2015 at 5:10 pm      Reply Mr.Tee Says:


      Very good question, I wonder how many books there are too!

      What different types of football books do you think there are?

      Thank you for blogging

      • March 5th, 2015 at 7:21 am      Reply 16sama Says:

        Hi Mr Tee,

        And I think there are lots of types such as :

        – Biographies
        – Autobiographies
        – Annuals
        – Success and Failures

  2. March 4th, 2015 at 7:18 pm      Reply Chantelle Says:

    Hi Mr Tee
    That video was amazing . It encouraged me to read more and try to challenge myself.
    In my opinion I would like to be a reading star but it would have to wait till year 6.
    In reading stars I noticed that you don’t just read football books you read many books like Roald Dahl , Captain Underpants , David William’s and many more.

    By Chantelle

  3. March 5th, 2015 at 10:34 pm      Reply Jawad Says:

    Hi Mr Tee

    Thank you for putting a video up on the blog because the people that are not in reading stars can also learn some think and they might like reading a bit more. Also in the video there was a boy and he came to reading stars and now he has a better attitude.

    • March 6th, 2015 at 8:57 am      Reply Mr.Tee Says:


      Thank you for taking the time to blog. I hope Reading Stars gives you the inspiration to read more and share your books with us.

  4. March 8th, 2015 at 12:23 pm      Reply Jeijan Says:

    Hi Mr Tee
    Thank you for telling us because people are not in reading stars can learn something from the video. When I watched the video It gave me some new because when someone was taking they sayed a new word. The video was interesting because when the people was talking they are trying to make us watch more of there videos. When I first thinked I though the video was about some won was just playing football. No. They as was trying to make us inspired on the video and vimeo Is a good website because it can help you with anything. Mr Tee can you get us another video that is interesting because when we watched the vimeo’s website it was interesting and it gave us some points.

  5. April 20th, 2015 at 11:23 am      Reply Jim Sells Says:

    Hey Mr Tee and the West Thornton-ers!

    Your blog absolutely rocks, I’m really proud of you all! Thank you for being such an awesome AND excellent Premier League Reading Stars project. I’m looking forward to a visit!

    Keep up the great work.

    Jim, Premier League Reading Stars manager.

  6. June 23rd, 2015 at 9:01 am      Reply Tabish Says:

    Hi M.r Tee

    I really like this video you out on it lookes like lods of people like to read football books.

  7. June 23rd, 2015 at 9:03 am      Reply 16mateor Says:

    Hi Mr Tee,

    I really like the video that you put, it remembers me when reading stars went to the crystal palace stadium and we saw John zucer.

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