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Chatterbooks training

ChatterbooksChatterbooks are holding a training day at Exeter Library on Thursday 19 March.  If anyone is interested in attending, they can find out more from the Reading Agency website.  It’s a great way to share ideas for successful Chatterbooks sessions with colleagues, and find out all the ways you can support children taking part.  We are also introducing a section on running inclusive Chatterbooks groups.  Barrington Stoke CEO Mairi Kidd will be attending to talk about books for children with dyslexia, and we will share tips and resources to support children with reading difficulties taking part in Chatterbooks.
 
Participants will also leave with a handbook in a ring binder, and some publisher goodies, to help boost start their Chatterbooks groups!  To book, or for any queries, do contact jenny.warner@readingagency.org.uk
 

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