Inviting and inclusive school libraries
Every child and young person deserves a school library that brings them joy.
Working in partnership with Gloucestershire Libraries and Little Box of Books we provided expert library support and more than 4,500 books to 15 primary schools reaching more than 3,000 children. Following our work, schools unanimously agreed that children were enjoying reading more and reading more often as a result.
Yet, 750,000 children have no library in their primary school. Many more children lack a quality school library that enables them to discover a life-changing love of reading. Together we can change this.
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Donate to Read for Good which could enable us to provide brand new books to boost school libaries:
Read for Good is proud to be a supporting partner of The National Literacy Trust’s Primary School Library Alliance, whose aim is to transform 1,000 primary school libraries by 2025.
Read for Good is also a proud member of the Great School Libraries campaign working to bring libraries and access to librarians back to every school in the UK, and urge you to support their essential work.
Practical ways to improve your school library
We’re here to help. Did you know Read for Good has former primary school and secondary school teachers on its team, along with specialist children’s librarians – contact Tash on 01453 839005 or email email@example.com .