Alsop celebrate World Book Day

Alsop High School had the pleasure of hosting British teen-fiction author Kate Maryon as part of their new “Read On, Get On” initiative. Students from Year 7 and Year 8 were enthralled by her presentation about her latest novel Invisible Girl. The book explores the topics of running away and child ...

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For the love of books! Liverpool hosts ‘inspiring’ reading event

Reading Rocks hosted a special event at Liverpool John Moores University. Organised by teacher Heather Wright, #RRGoesToUni brought together like-minded primary school teachers, librarians, PGCE students and Newly qualified teachers (NQTs) for a day of ‘book-ish training’ to discuss ways to make ‘reading rock’ for every pupil. Sponsored by Scholastic and Just Imagine, ...

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Shhh!

Greenbank Primary School, based in Mossley Hill, officially opened its new library. The dedicated facility will offer the school’s Early Years and Key Stage 1 pupils the opportunity to develop their abilities and passion for reading in a tranquil space. Andy Jones, programme lead for graphic art at Hugh Baird University Centre, ...

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In My Life launched in Liverpool

A number of Liverpool primary schools came together with Liverpool Learning Partnership (LLP) to launch ‘In My Life’, a diary writing initiative which encourages children to share stories and write, enabling them to share thoughts, express feelings and take time to reflect. The event took place at the Discovery Room at ...

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