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SLA Training Day in North East - Building a Reading Community in your School

What would it look like if every pupil in your school loved reading?

To create a positive reading community in and around a school needs a shared vision and everyone playing their part; in school time and beyond. It also takes time and a flexible action plan.

Sue Dixon is running a training day for the SLA in Gateshead. The training day will explore what the starting points might be, areas for development, practical ideas and the start of some tangible ideas to take forward with others in the school. There will be time to think, discuss and reflect on current practice as well as ways forward.

Most of all it will provide the challenge to build on your existing good practice and the impetus to implement some real action for change; Building a Community of Successful Readers.

For more details - including how to apply - click here

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