Reading revolution continues at two inspirational Weston schools
Two Weston schools are ensuring students will hear an adult read to them at least three times a week - just weeks after the new Children’s Laureate called for a schools reading revolution.
More than 2500 students from Worle Community School Academy and Priory Community School Academy are benefiting from the ambitious Reading For All plan to dramatically boost the reading and literacy of students.
The schools also have some £30,000 of new books purchased to help them put libraries and reading at the centre of all they do.
And the scheme will include every teaching, including the Principals, and means every student will have access to the biggest, best variety of books and literature.
The exciting The Priory Learning Trust plans come on the back of the appointment of the new Children’s Laureate, author Cressida Cowell, who wants to campaign for more reading across the nation.