Proud partners of Spark! School Book Awards

We are delighted to partner with the Spark! School Book Awards this year, where the winners are decided by children from a shortlist chosen by teachers, booksellers and librarians.

Alongside the awards, the charity provides a book fund where people can donate towards books for disadvantaged pupils, to inspire young readers everywhere. Over the past two years it has raised over £4,500 and donated over 700 books to children who may not otherwise have had access to them.

Teresa Cremin, Professor at The Open University, says “We are immensely proud to partner with this worthy charity and support them to reach even more children.”

The awards are shortlisted until October, with the winners being announced at an award ceremony in June.

To find out more and involve your children in voting, visit

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