The will to read influences the skill and vice versa (OECD, 2010).
If you want to enrich your school’s practice, make stronger links with parents around reading and ensure all staff are well positioned to nurture life-long readers, then make use of this research-informed site.
It is based upon the OU/UKLA Teachers as Readers research project which, undertaken in 5 Local Authorities across England, influenced both policy and practice and revealed key elements which enable teachers to build interactive reading communities.
You could invite staff to review their practice, undertake a children’s survey to ascertain their views and make use of the document School Development Strategies as it offers ways forward for the whole staff.
In this short film researcher Professor Teresa Cremin discusses the research findings and the web site.
Children's Reading Survey for KS1 Children's Reading Survey for KS2 Children's Reading Survey for KS3 Parent's Reading Survey Strategies for Whole School Development Guidance on Documenting RfP Visualising your survey dataAlso, you can encourage your KS2 children to take our survey by chatting with Bookbot!
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