Reading around the campfire

Kayleigh Docherty, class teacher at Carron Primary School, shares the success of their Reading around the Campfire event to engage parents and get the Reading Challenge off to a flying start!

Ugly Five Display

Knightsridge Primary laid great foundations for a reading culture last year. Now they've put pupil voice at the centre of their strategy to keep up momentum for the Reading Challenge!

Getting Pupils, Parents and our Whole Community Excited About Reading!

If you're looking for ideas on how to get started, Kerry Lamont from Caol Primary School has some great tips on how they have used the Reading Challenge to increase parental engagement

First Minister at  Reading Challenge Celebration Event

Find out how you can get started with the First Minister's Reading Challenge by coming along to one of our regional events!

Children reading in the hallway

Tracey McDermott, Development Officer for South Lanarkshire Council, on how schools across the authority approached the Reading Challenge, including great examples of parental engagement.

Students with Reading Radio banner

Jason Mallon at Craigour Park Primary tells us about how they put pupil voice at the centre of the Reading Challenge with Craigour Reading Radio

Reading Journey bulletin board display

Paula Nicoll talks us through her planning process and shares her planning documents for the Reading Challenge at Our Lady's Primary - perfect if you're not sure how to get started

Riverside Takes a Whole-School Approach to the First Minister’s Reading Challenge

Jen Harwood introduces Riverside Primary's Reading Challenge, with a comprehensive case study provided by the school to showcase their pupil-led approach to the First Minister's Reading Challenge

It's Not Too Late to Join in the Fun - Sign Up for the Reading Challenge!

It's not too late to get started on the First Minister's Reading Challenge - find out how you can embark on your reading journey here!