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Rooted in Reading KS2/3 Transition Passport

Rooted in Reading Transition passports.


These beautifully designed reading diaries/journals are a great way to encourage pupils to read more for pleasure and to build understanding of their primary school reading experiences.


  • Proven to boost engagement in reading -
  • Very low cost (below 40p per pupil) and no technical support required.
  • Used in a wide range of private and state schools across the UK and beyond.
  • Supported by NATE, UKLA and NAAE.
  • Available in single copies, class set packs and packs of 100.
  • Patron - Morris Gleitzman
  • Key Stages: 2 to 3
  • Subjects: English and Literacy
  • Years covered: Y6 to Y7
  • Number of pages: 16
  • Format: A6


Too often pupils arrive in secondary school with very little being known about their history as readers. This passport aims to tackle this. They can be given out at primary induction days and the first few pages can be completed then, capturing invaluable information about early reading experiences, favourite books and books read during Year 6. The pupils can then be encouraged to complete the middle pages during the summer vacation and this will help to keep them reading, addressing the dip in performance that is often linked with transition. Then when they arrive in secondary school, class teachers can guide the pupils through the completion of the secondary pages, engaging them with the ways in which the new school encourages reading for pleasure. This will give English teachers a huge amount of vital information about reading interest and ability and also about writing skills while also strengthening transition procedures.

Rooted in Reading KS2/3 Transition Passport

SKU: 0005
PriceFrom £1.00
  • A6 booklet (147mm x 105mm). 5 pages about pupils' reading in primary school; 4 pages to encourage their summer holiday reading and 5 pages to kick start their reading in secondary school.

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