Our Reading Stars Program is a Targeted KS2 intervention aiming to stimulate engagement in children who are struggling to reach the expected levels of reading. The programme has a proven impact on pupil attainment and their attitude towards reading.
Delivered in partnership with the National Literacy Trust, the program is taught by utilising football-related resources and a range of classroom-based activities. The program is constructed around the school timetable, with sessions lasting 1-1.5 hours, and delivered by qualified coaches.
Reading Lead at Culvers House said: “We have been involved with the Reading Stars programme for several years now. Our children enjoy the football focus of the lessons and learning with the reading coaches. We have noticed an increase in the children’s confidence in their own reading ability as well as their academic attainment in reading. We’d like to thank Palace for Life Foundation for their continued commitment to helping our children develop a love of reading.”
For more information, please contact our Primary Education Coordinator James Jenden.
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