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How can you improve literacy across your school, or simply encourage a child to read?

The Pickatale for Schools reading tool offers pupils a new and exciting way to engage with literature using audio and karaoke-style text!

Pickatale for SchoolsNot only is Pickatale for Schools free, it also helps to grow reading confidence, boosts literacy development and makes reading engaging for young people.

It’s a great platform for teachers who work in primary schools.

The software can switch between reading and listening to the audio recording; students can view images and text to learn new words.

There’s also an excellent feature where students can take part in retrieval practice quizzes to test their knowledge. Perfect for teacher workload and in-class assessment!

Pickatale for SchoolsWhat is Pickatale?

Pickatale have hundreds of books to choose from and are on a mission to help kids across the world learn to read.

Their software uses data and technology to positively impact every step of the learning process, maximising the joy of reading, as well as empowering and teachers to be more efficient.

Perfect for workload!

4 Reasons to use Pickatale!

What do teachers, parents and pupils benefit from?

When you sign up to Pickatale for Schools, you will access four product features:

  1. A live dashboard to create classes, assign homework and discover any words pupils are struggling to comprehend.
  2. Users can monitor pupil progress, saving time and increasing in-class interventions and assessments.
  3. Pupils can immerse themselves with interactive and personalised content!
  4. The library app contains over 900 hundred brilliant school-related books covering eight reading levels.

Join today!

Parents and teachers can see how their child is progressing with their reading and help to support their love of reading at an early stage, and get involved in their learning journey.

“The app had a wide range of choices and genres of books. It had excellent quizzes, which the children loved! The age bands reflected the children’s reading age and the children thoroughly loved using it.”

Hetty Wotherspoon, Reception Class Teacher, Ripley Court School

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