Community Reading Journeys
Community groups of all shapes and sizes have been taking up the Reading Challenge this year. We've spoken to a few groups about how they are incorporating reading for pleasure in their work.
A Gaelic Reading Journey at Sgoil Stafainn and Sgoil nan Loch
Gaelic can play an important part in your reading journey. Staff at Sgoil Stafainn and Sgoil nan Loch share how they are encouraging reading for pleasure in the context of Gaelic Medium Education.
One Stop Guide to Submitting an Entry
Find out how to submit your Reading Challenge entry.
Inside the School Library - It’s a kind of magic!
There's so much going on around reading for pleasure inside school libraries! Peek inside the doors of the library at Ellon Academy with Jan Murdoch and her pupils to find out more.
Teachers’ knowledge of children’s literature: the cornerstone of reading for pleasure
Professor Teresa Cremin shares the importance of teacher knowledge of children's literature to creating engaged, lifelong readers and points towards resources to help teachers build their knowledge.
Outdoor Reading Journeys with The Lost Words
A teacher and an outdoor educator share their experience of using The Lost Words to encourage reading and writing.