THURSDAY 11TH MARCH 2021 | 02:00PM - 02:45PM
Educators, school staff, students and families have all faced a huge number of unprecedented challenges due to almost a year of lockdowns and restrictions and yet this current “new normal” has also led to many incredible opportunities, realisations and achievements when it comes to children’s literacy and reading for pleasure.
In this webinar GovNet has partnered with Reading Cloud to look at the impact COVID 19 has had on children and young people’s literacy and what can be done in the current situation to encourage reading for literacy and also for mental health and well-being.
This 45 minute session will involve a panel discussion with contributions from an incredible group of literacy, library and education experts; Christine Lockwood from the UK Literacy Association, Adam Lancaster Senior Librarian, Head of Literacy and Designated Safeguarding Lead at Monk's Walk School, Dawn Woods, Member Development Librarian from the School Library Association and Tricia Adams, Co-Founder All Around Reading.
There will also be a 15 minute Q&A at the end for you to ask the panel your own questions.
Key topics covered will include:
Simply complete our registration form to secure your place at this webinar. If you have any questions about the webinar or about registering, then please contact our team at email@example.com.