In the past, we have hosted a Guardian Book Club group in school. Children met to review books and published their reviews on line.
You will be able to see some of our e book reviews on this site.
We have had a school blog.

We have regular Poetry Step recital in assemblies.
Children are encouraged to learn and recite a poem in front of the whole school.

We have a Library Club. We appoint Librarians as Reading Ambassadors. Our library is digitally catalogued and loans are banded and reviewed. 
We subscribe to Bug Club on line and we have Big Cat Collins on line reading subscription to support the teaching of phonics and early reading. 

We invest in quality Reading Logs to value home reading. 

We have shadowed The Carnegie Award.
We have had an Authorfy Club. 
We have taken part in the Hay Festival on line. 
We take part in Writing Competitions to inspire keen writers and we are hoping to produce a published 'We are Writers' whole school book this year. 
We host Book Breakfasts and Book Tasting events  / Book Cafes to encourage children to read and discuss new texts. 
We give out Golden Tickets with termly prizes to reward reading. 
We regularly Tweet about reading. 
We are members of The Somerset Literacy Network. 
We are Gold Level subscribers to Resources for Learning.
We host a Shakespeare Week in one class each year. 
We invite in a travelling production company each year so that the children can watch a play 'live' in school. 
We invite in authors and take part in author events at the library and on line. 
We have a Debating Club. 
We host two school productions each year plus many events within the religious calendar which require our children to speak publicly and read to a large audience. 
We have participated in inter school Spelling Bees. 
We reward and recognise handwriting with our Pen Licences. 
We have had pen pals in other countries. 
We subscribe to First News and have a newspaper stand which is regularly updates. 
We take part in The Summer Reading Challenge and this year some classes are taking part in the World Cup Reading Challenge. 
We have a Teachers' Book Club to ensure that all of our teachers are readers. 
We have an online Book Club on Google Docs.  
We have strong links with the town library and local bookshops. 
We subscribe to Bug Club so that children can read on line.
We invest in quality Reading Logs to demonstrate the value that we place on home reading. We 'Tweet' great examples of Reading Logs to celebrate home reading. We reward home reading with Golden Tickets. 
Our Reading Logs encourage children to learn, collect and use great words, phrases and settings.
Some of our Extreme Reading moments !
Beautiful handwriting is celebrated through displays and children are awarded a Pen Licence when they display a competence for handwriting. 
2016 Spelling Bee Winners!
Our Twitter Account is @StGeorgesTauntn
Read Book Reviews written by children at the school at: