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Ben and Jess are millionaire readers




Pupils at Woodhall Primary School in Sudbury have successfully read one million words.'Pictured: Ben Steel, Helen Arbon, deputy Hhadteacher, and Jess Sims-Lillingstone. ANL-160607-103010001
Pupils at Woodhall Primary School in Sudbury have successfully read one million words.'Pictured: Ben Steel, Helen Arbon, deputy Hhadteacher, and Jess Sims-Lillingstone. ANL-160607-103010001

Two Sudbury pupils have become millionaire readers.

Jess Sims-Lillingstone and Ben Steel from Woodhall Primary School have each read one million words since the school introduced the Accelerated Reader scheme in May.

Having read a book, the children take an online quiz which calculates the accuracy of their comprehension and gives them a cumulative word count of the books they have read.

The pair received a Kindle and Amazon vouchers.



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