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Summer Reading Challenge

The Summer Reading Challenge, presented by The Reading Agency and funded by Arts Council England, encourages children aged 4 to 11 to set themselves a reading challenge to help prevent the summer reading 'dip'.

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Each year the Challenge, delivered with the support of public libraries, motivates over 700,000 children to keep reading to build their skills and conīŦdence.

This year The Reading Agency have partnered with children's charity Youth Sport Trust  for Read, Set, Read! a challenge focused around reading, sport and play.  This year's aims is to keep children's minds and bodies active over the summer break, empowering young people to forge new connections with others and unleash the power of play, sport and physical activity through reading.

The Challenge begins on Saturday 15th July and runs until Saturday 16th September with the aim that children will read 6 books throughout the holidays.  

We are delighted that the number of children taking part has been increasing greatly year on year and hope even more will participate this year.  I think the added bonus of our tremendous bounce reward really inspires them!

 This year, every child that is able to show that they have read the required number of books will be rewarded with an amazing session on the inflatable assault course.  So.... Ready, Set, Read..... BOUNCE!

Create an account online now and get reading!  https://summerreadingchallenge.org.uk/

For guidance on how to create a Summer Reading Challenge account click here and scroll to the help section at the bottom of the page. 

If your child would like to enjoy books digitally, you can log onto their Sora account here.  If you are unfamiliar with Sora, see our user guide below.

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