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Remote Readathon

Teacher of English, Ms Parker, tells us about running Readathon remotely this year: “It’s our belief that reading for pleasure plays a really important role in helping our young people to recover from the unquantified impact of Covid-19 on their education, social development, mental health and well-being. We believe that Readathon can help school communities come together, united in a common purpose, supporting children in hospital, which at the same time aids their own students’ recovery. We are combining Readathon and World Book Day this year. From 1st-8th March, KS3 students will be sponsored to read as many books as they can. World Book Day (4th March) will be celebrated with a whole school quiz. Many more activities and challenges have been planned, putting “reading” at the centre of this week. Announcements for all events will be on Show My Homework.”

 

Visit our Remote Readathon Webpage here!

 

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26th February 2021 – Vol 37 | No 22