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Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils

Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils (RTRP) ignites a love of reading in teachers and children. Studies have shown that reading for pleasure is the biggest single indicator of a child’s future success. RTRP is making a difference through a network of reading teachers who are building communities of readers.

In 2019 RTRP has expanded Gloucestershire to the East, London, North East and West Midlands. Cheltenham Festivals is delighted to be working in partnership with Just Imagine, CLPE, Seven Stories and Peters to deliver the programme more widely.

The project is also being run with trainee teachers at the University of Worcester.

RTRP has also expanded to include Key Stage 3 in Gloucestershire this year.

Watch this film to find out what teachers say about RTRP.

Booking for 2019-20 is now closed, and will re-open for 2020-21 in June.

Primary RTRP is open to all Key Stage 2 teachers, but the selected novels are most appropriate for Year 5/6 pupils so priority is given to teachers of these year groups. Secondary RTRP is open to all Key Stage 3 English teachers.

To include as many schools as possible, places are limited to two teachers per school. For KS3 this may include one teacher and one librarian.

Click here for KS2 & KS3 Gloucestershire dates

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I can’t believe how far I’ve come. RTRP has changed my classroom, teaching, life!

Teacher, Upton St Leonards C of E Primary School


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We’re delighted Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils is to be rolled out nationally in a partnership with the Centre for Literacy in Primary Education, Just Imagine, Peters and Seven Stories, The National Centre for Children’s Books.

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Upton St Leonards C of E Primary School
“I fell in love with the book at the launch after hearing Ross speak so passionately about it; the cover of the book was like nothing I had seen before!” Read More

Teachers are the key to so much in a child’s future, we know that, but it needs saying again, loud and clear. For so many of us that first spark that brought us to a love of books and reading came from a teacher. This is a great idea. I’m amazed there isn’t a network like this already.

Michael Morpurgo

Read more about Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils as part of our outreach work at Cheltenham Festivals.

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