Category: Read for Good in Hospitals

Specialist Learning Mentor Harry Hawcroft from Leeds Children’s Hospital shares his thoughts on Read for Good’s hospital programme

Storyteller Amanda and Specialist Learning Mentor Harry and the Read for Good bookcase

Although I’ve only recently started working as a Specialist Learning Mentor at Leeds Children’s Hospital, it’s extremely evident how beneficial the partnership with Read for Good is for both patients and their families during the time they are here. By providing a diverse range of books that children get to read and keep, young patients’ […]

Carmel Herrick, the School Room Team Manager at Gloucester Royal Hospital School reflects on the impact Read for Good’s hospital programme has on the children’s ward.

Read for Good's mobile bookcase

The Read for Good bookcase has been on the Children’s Ward for four years and is enjoyed and appreciated by young people, parents, medical staff and definitely the teachers. As we wheel it around the ward, families’ eyes light up as they spot the range of books. Parents spot books they loved as children and […]