The School of Education at LJMU were delighted to welcome the Reading Rocks community back again to their IMMarsh campus for a full day of brilliant key notes and workshops. This year’s event ‘Reading Rocks Goes to Uni’ was described as even bigger and better than before! With both primary and secondary teachers attending there was a real buzz throughout the day. Keynote speaker, Jane Considine, said: “Do you want to be reminded of why you teach? Reading Rocks was such a refreshing, heartwarming day that reconnected me with the most important things in life. Socialising, making a difference and a reminder of our moral mission – building the next generation of readers.” Heather Wright from Reading Rocks, said: “The day was just full of warmth, encouragement and inspiration, with plenty of food for thought and challenge thrown in for good measure. It’s a privilege to put these events together, when so many talented educators are keen to share their love of books, great classroom practice and all round bookish wisdom”.