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OU/UKLA RfP Conference: 2 November 2019, Birmingham

Reading for Pleasure: the thread that connects.

Reading for pleasure is a social justice issue. International evidence indicates it offers cognitive, social and emotional benefits, helping children make connections with each other, their teachers, their families and the wider world. This conference will help you enrich your repertoire of children’s texts and create reading communities that connect and support young readers.

The author Hilary McKay will join us, Farrar Serroukh from CLPE and Norfolk Children’s Book Centre bookshop! Workshops will be led by OU/UKLA Teachers’ Reading Group members offering new ideas based on their research-informed practice.

To book please use this link: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/reading-for-pleasure-conference-the-thread-that-connects-tickets-64165560920 – sold out

In other news

Morrisons Little Library Book Exchange

The Open University’s Reading for Pleasure team have been working with Morrisons’ to shape a book donation initiative to encourage more children to read. Launching today, Morrisons’

Reading Newsletters

Adele Darlington from Leighfield Primary has been offering a Reading Newsletter for a while.

Do check out her sections to see how she lays it out and what she includes! Then make your own!

An opportunity to tempt parents as well as children!

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