Read On Nottingham is delighted to be working with Cheltenham Festivals in delivering the Festivals’ network of teacher book groups in the East Midlands .
Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils is a Cheltenham Festivals programme delivered in partnership with like-minded organisations across the UK including Book Council of Wales, Bradford Literature Festival, Centre for Literacy in Primary Education (CLPE), English and Media Centre, Just Imagine, National Literacy Trust, KEAP (The Writers’ Block), Peters, Seven Stories the National Centre for Children's Books, The Reader, The Story Museum and Wigtown Festival Company.
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.
Read On Nottingham will be hosting a secondary RTRP programme which is open to all Key Stage 3 English teachers. To include as many schools as possible, places are limited to two teachers per school, this may include one teacher and one librarian.
All sessions will be led by Read On Nottingham. The group is FREE to attend, and the shared resources are distributed throughout the year along with copies of each of the five titles.
Applications for the 2022/23 academic year are now open - schools can register here.
Key dates and information, 2022-2023
|Group leader||Charlotte Malik|
|Meeting region||East Midlands|
|Meeting time||4.00 pm - 5.30 pm|
|Launch event||Wednesday 12 October 2022|
|Group meeting 1||Wednesday 16 November 2022|
|Group meeting 2||Wednesday 1 February 2023|
|Group meeting 3||Wednesday 15 March 2023|
|Group meeting 4||Wednesday 10 May 2023|
|Group meeting 5 and sharing session||Wednesday 28 June 2023|
Apply to take part by filling in the form on the button below. Nottingham schools should choose 'East Midlands (KS3) - National Literacy Trust' under region applying for.
For more information about Cheltenham Festivals and this programme, visit the Cheltenham Festival website.
This programme is supported by Arts Council England, Thirty Percy, and the Unwin Charitable Trust.