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One-Day Conferences

Reading Outside The Box - Cardiff 2016

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Join us on Monday 14th November 2016 at the inspiring and creative venue of the Doctor Who Experience in Cardiff Bay for our one-day conference Reading Outside the Box.

Packed with fantastic speakers and sessions, the conference will focus on strategies and ideas around reading for pleasure and its proven wide-ranging impact on children and young people. “Children who read for pleasure are likely to do significantly better at school than their peers”, according to research from the Institute of Education. Of the many benefits we gain from reading, it is also a proven stress-relief and contributing factor in promoting our well-being and mental health!

Reading for Excellence - London 2014

The SLA's one-day conference in November 2014 was planned around the Reading for Pleasure agenda in schools, and was aimed at teachers, headteachers and school librarians.

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