Submitting your Reading Challenge entry
Submissions for entering the Reading Challenge are now open! If you’ve encouraged reading during lockdown, enjoyed an online author event or kept children and young people reading over Teams, we’d love to hear from you. Find out how to submit your entry on our latest blog.
Top tips for your virtual author event
Learn how to organise a successful digital author event with these top tips from School Communities Events Co-ordinator Fraser Napier.
Planning virtual author visits at Douglas Academy
Working with an author brings so many benefits for your pupils, and you can still do this virtually. If you've received funding for an author visit and are wondering how to organise this virtually, find out how Douglas Academy made the most of their visits.
Pupils at the heart of the reading culture at Castle Douglas Primary
Castle Douglas Primary in Dumfries & Galloway were highly commended for School Reading Journey in 2020. Find out how they put pupils at the heart of their reading journey to maximise engagement.
Lockdown Reading Culture at Grangemouth High
Grangemouth High School in Falkirk share their experience of encouraging pupils to keep reading while learning from home.
Engaging pupils through the Scottish Teenage Book Prize
If you're looking for a project for your secondary pupils, the Scottish Teenage Book Prize can spark discussions, creative responses and reading for pleasure. Staff from Elgin Academy share their experience.