Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesYear 6 runner ups of the Climate Action Poetry Competition @EcoSchoolsLCC @DovelandsLeic https://t.co/LMzD8ektNU4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesYear 5 runner ups of the Climate Action Poetry Competition @EcoSchoolsLCC @DovelandsLeic https://t.co/UDq5lOeTKz4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesYear 4 runner ups of the Climate Action Poetry Competition @EcoSchoolsLCC @WhitehallPriSch https://t.co/jUruFB6lQv4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesThis afternoon we would like to share the KS2 runner ups of the Climate Action Poetry Competition starting with Year 3 @EcoSchoolsLCC @BridgeJun @DovelandsLeic @WhitehallPriSch https://t.co/zMVOC93fnZ4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesThis morning we are sharing the KS2 Winners of the Climate Action Poetry Competition @EcoSchoolsLCC @BridgeJun @DovelandsLeic https://t.co/VtpVi5wrmh4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesWe wanted to share the Climate Action Poetry Competition Winners and Runners up Today we are sharing the Winners from EYFS and KS1 @EcoSchoolsLCC https://t.co/lZdLxhHUQL4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesRT @DHAchildrens: Thrilled to see @feebleskaya's hugely relatable #picturebook READY, RABBIT? on this shortlist - big thank you to the stud…4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesRT @leicesterlibrar: What a fantastic shortlist! Congratulations to all of the authors! We have copies of the books available to borrow via…4 weeks ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesRT @EmerStamp: So proud to have been invited to be part of this. https://t.co/DqqNRERXqb1 month ago
Whatever it TakesWhatever it TakesDuring 2020/21 we launched Our Brilliant Book Club with schools across Leicester & this week they will receive the delayed 2nd Edition We have featured @SmritiPH @robstarlingart @EmerStamp & @ZannaDavidson with lots more suggestions in the accompanying Newsletter @MidlandsCLS https://t.co/eBOqDYoXx11 month ago

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Re-engaging your school community in reading

Wednesday 16th September, 10:30am – 12noon

Key note: The Reader Teacher, Scott Evans

We’re delighted to welcome Scott Evans, primary school teacher and Reading for Pleasure lead from South Wales, as he shares his ideas on the importance of creating and sustaining a positive reading culture and its crucial role in helping pupils recover after school closures. Scott is a UKLA reading teacher and has written for BBC Teach about reading in school. Find out more about Scott on his website: The Reader Teacher or follow him on Twitter @MrEPrimary.

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