The second podcast in our series tackles independent reading. Three practitioners share their experiences of developing this pedagogy, alongside the research findings. You can read a transcript of the podcast, here.
Share our reading survey with parents to gauge their own experiences and understanding of RfP. Parents’ Reading Survey
Use our teacher surveys (available in MS Forms and Word) for EYFS – Secondary. Review your Practice – EYFS Review your Practice – EYFS – MS Form Review your Practice – Primary Review your Practice – Primary – MS Form Review your Practice – Secondary Review your Practice – Secondary – MS Form
Try our pupil surveys to understand pupil attitudes and perspectives towards RfP KS1 – PDF KS1 – MS Form KS2 – PDF KS2 – MS Form KS3 – PDF KS3 – MS Form
The first podcast in our series tackles informal book talk. Three practitioners share their experiences of developing this pedagogy, alongside the research findings. You can read a transcript of the podcast, here.
Our brand-new South Lincolnshire TRG had a flying start last term as we came together to share our love of children’s books and develop the key messages of RfP in our schools. We are excited to be working together to share evidence and best practice. A thought-provoking discussion about The Garden of Inside-Outside by Chiara […]
This month’s research feature by Anežka Kuzmicová, from Prague, explores children’s perspectives on being absorbed when reading fiction.
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Highlighting the achievements of student teachers who are developing their RfP practice This is the fifth year we have given Awards to Gold Star Student Teacher Examples of Practice. The judges, Teresa Cremin, Isabel McDonald, Helen Hendry and Rebecca Simpson Hargreaves considered all the Examples of Practice that had been uploaded by Student Teachers to […]
We have a great group who are incredibly enthusiastic and driven towards changing children’s lives through reading for pleasure. Our first book blether focused on ‘Graphic Novels’ which prompted fabulous book talk. We enjoyed sharing our top picks and taking away new recommendations.
The School Library Association has celebrated the winners of the 2022 Information Book Awards in National Nonfiction November. They are: The 2022 Overall Winner and 13-16 category and Children’s Choice Winner Black Artists Shaping the World by Sharna Jackson & Dr Zoé Whitley (Thames and Hudson ISBN: 978-0500652596 ) The judges hailed this title […]