This guide is full of practical suggestions and ideas for building a reading culture outwith a school setting.
This guide is full of practical suggestions and ideas to help you build a reading culture in your secondary school.
This resource allows members to engage with the Reading Challenge and use their Passport to Learning to collect credits towards Children’s University Awards by completing reading-themed activities (a total of nine credits are up for grabs)!
Case studies and inspiration
Our blog is full of ideas about building a reading culture and encouraging young people to read for pleasure, with case studies from participants, book suggestions and more!
Top Resources to Prepare for World Book Day
As primary and secondary schools, libraries and community groups everywhere get ready for World Book Day on 7 March, we wanted to highlight some of our favourite resources to help you have your best reading celebration yet!
Reading for Empathy, Identity and Wellbeing
Susan Brownlie is an English teacher at St Andrew’s and St Bride’s High School in East Kilbride, one of the six First Minister’s Reading Challenge secondary pilot schools. Prior to becoming a teacher, she spent a decade as a school librarian.