Project ID - TIS001058
Promoting Confidence in reluctant readers Aims: Provide children with partners to read Model a passion for reading support children who lack confidence in reading

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Project offered at

Currie Primary School
BT15 3AB


Ashleigh Galway

Student Skills

Students who wish to develop skills necessary to work with children and young people. Good interpersonal skills.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Raised confidence when reading. Raised standards in reading scores. Improved reading for meaning.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Students will become equiped with the skills to support children in reading. Students should develop a range of strategies to support reluctant readers.

Extra Information

Resources will be provided by the school

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