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Euro 2024 Book Battle Challenge Final!

12 Jul 2024

9:30am - 10:00am


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Teachers and pupils, take part in our free live online 30-minute Euro 2024 Book Battle Challenge!

About the event

It's a live Reading Challenge competition! Join us for a live version of our Euro 2024 Book Battle Reading Challenge. Your class has the chance to represent their school by presenting a favourite text and win their way to European glory!

Lots of awesome prizes, lots of fun and the chance to inspire your pupils to enjoy their reading.

Join our event at 09.30 on Friday 12 July 2024. Suitable for Key Stage 2.

Here's how to take part:

  1. Register below for the event.
  2. Once registered, download and practice the Euro 2024 reading challenge.
Access the reading challenge

Attendees will have the chance to:

  • Take part in a live Euro 2024 Book Battle Challenge
  • Win Euro 2024 prizes
  • Sit back and watch pupils like them battle it out for European glory

This event will take place as a Zoom Webinar and, although the best way to take part is live, it will remain on the National Literacy Trust as a resource video after the event.

A live competition? What could possibly go wrong?

Register for the event below.

Webinars are open to all teachers based in primary or secondary schools, public or community libraries across the UK and Club Community Organisations working in schools. The webinar is ideal to share with pupils aged 7 to 11 (Years 3, 4, 5 and 6).

Session benefits

  • Engage your pupils in fun and interactive reading and writing activities
  • Give your class the chance to submit questions to the presenters

You will be able to interact with the presenters through the chat function, but you will not be able to chat with, or see the chat from other schools.

Unless asked by the National Literacy Trust within the event as part of the event, schools will not be able to turn their camera or microphone on.*

(A recording of this event will be made available and posted on the resource page)

*If you are happy to turn the camera on and participate directly in the event, you will need to have appropriate permissions in place. We don’t mind if you can’t do this and just want to interact directly in the chat.

Register for the event here.

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