The National Literacy Trust report that children who are most engaged with literacy have better wellbeing than their peers. They also report that the children who are the most engaged with Literacy are three times more likely to have higher levels of mental wellbeing than those who are the least engaged. So, how can we improve attitudes to reading, in turn hopefully having an impact on our children’s mental wellbeing?
Christmas provides a perfect opportunity for children to develop their enthusiasm for reading. Our top tips can help families keep on track with reading over the holidays, spread the festive cheer and spend some quality time together with some fantastic stories!
Technology during remote learning saved us. It meant we could continue to deliver education to pupils across the UK. But that has come at a price, says Cathy Prole, deputy head at St Michael’s C of E Primary School, in her recent article with Teach Primary. Now children are back in the classroom we need to refocus on sustained reading.
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