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Reading for Pleasure: edgy, cool, or just boring? Make it infectious and survive: Witham, Essex, 7 February 2017

What does your LRC do already to promote Reading for Pleasure? How can it make reading infectious in your school/college?

Our course Reading for Pleasure: edgy, cool, or just boring? Make it infectious and survive, run by Angie Curan, will be held at EES for Schools/School Library Service, Witham, Essex on 7 February 2017.  This course will consider how to successfully prioritise and effectively manage Reading for Pleasure activities.  Delegates will consider maximising support for the activities they choose to offer so that they, and those who work alongside them, will not only survive but will celebrate and enjoy the impact that Reading for Pleasure is having in their school and on the life chances of the pupils.

The closing date is 24 January 2017. Bookings received by 12 January 2017 are eligible for a £15 discount making the cost of the full days training just £90 (SLA members), £120 (for non-members of the SLA who work in schools that subscribe to EES for Schools/Essex School Library Service), £150 (non-members of either group).  Further discounts are available for a 2nd person attending from the same school (accompanying a full paying individual).  See SLA website for details.

Key Audience: secondary school library staff

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