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Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils

Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils (RT=RP) is a network of teachers’ reading groups. It responds to the need to increase children’s reading for pleasure, which has been revealed as the most important indicator of the future success of the child. It does this strategically by investing in teachers, who are for many children their most significant reading role-model.

Do you want to engender a love of reading in your pupils? Do you want to include more whole novels in your teaching in order to fire pupils’ imagination and to support raising standards? Take a look at this film!

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Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils 2018/19 is now fully booked.

There’s a real buzz about it; they can’t get enough of it, since it has been a class text.

Paul Beech, Amberley Parochial 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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Latest Blog Posts

Gloucester Road Primary School
“If I hadn’t been a member of Reading Teachers = Reading Pupils I would not have heard of such a wonderful novel.” Read More

Linden Primary School
“There is a huge buzz when the class find out we are doing some work linked to the book.” Read More

Fairford C of E Primary School
“Once again, RT=RP successfully shared a book that was easy to use in the context of teaching reading and writing…” 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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