Scotland Herald: 20 January
Renfrewshire |  Pupil literacy skills improved by ‘reading for pleasure’ scheme
A back to basics approach in school reading where primary pupils are allowed to chose their own books rather than follow a set syllabus is having a transformative effect on literacy, new research shows.
The Northern Echo: 20 January
Volunteers thanked for saving North Yorkshire’s libraries


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