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Join the Peters and Cheltenham Festivals Reading Teachers=Reading Pupils book group

Peters are delighted to be running a Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils book group at Peters in Birmingham in 2019/2020.

Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils is a Cheltenham Festivals programme delivered in partnership with CLPE, Just Imagine, Peters and Seven Stories the National Centre for Children’s Books.

Set up in 2016, the national network of teachers reading groups aims to inspire reading for pleasure because research shows that children who read for pleasure experience high levels of well-being, engage in learning and are successful in life

The programme aims to give teachers the time and space to share children’s literature in a professional capacity with a view to engendering the rich teaching of literacy.

The programme is open to all Key Stage 2 teachers, but the selected novels will be most appropriate for Year 5/6 pupils so priority will be given to teachers of these year groups. To include as many schools as possible, places are limited to two teachers per school.

All sessions will be led by a member of our children's librarians and curriculum specialists team at Peters.
Find out more about the Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils programme and register to participate.
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For more information on the book group meetings at Peters, please email readingteachers@peters.co.uk

Key dates, times and locations

Annual launch at Peters
Thursday 24th October 2019
4.30pm - 6pm
November book group
Thursday 14th November 2019
4.30pm - 6pm
January book group
Thursday 16th January 2020
4.30pm - 6pm
March book group
Thursday 12th March 2020
4.30pm - 6pm
May book group
Thursday 7th May 2020
4.30pm - 6pm
June book group
Thursday 11th June 2020
4.30pm - 6pm
July Sharing Day
Thursday 9th July 2020
9.30am - 4pm

The programme is supported by the Thirty Percy Foundation, The Summerfield Charitable Trust and The Unwin Charitable Trust.

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