Project ID - TIS000845
Reading Together Programme: To provide a booster opportunity for middle group children in literacy by providing 20 min reading sessions on one to one level within a classroom setting.

There is 4 places on this project and 4 places left

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Project offered at

Knockloughrim Primary School
BT45 8QT


Simon Finlay

Student Skills

A LOVE of reading and working with children who can read but who need confidence and encouragement.

Expected Pupil Outcomes

Enjoyment of reading on one to one basis Improved reading skills in fluency, accuracy and understanding Improved self- esteem and confidence.

Expected Student Tutor Outcomes

Increased knowledge of how children develop as confident readers To assess children's reading through use of running records To work within school environment To enthuse and motivate children through modelling good practice.

Extra Information

As a school we are flexible with the start and end dates for the right Student Tutors who will love reading with our little learners.

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