Liverpool Schools Evaluation: Relating reading to life
Part of our philosophy at The Reader Organisation is that books and literature should be closely affiliated with each of our individual life experiences; indeed the things we read often have more to say about what has happened or what's going on in our lives than encountered at first glance.
As part of their reading sessions, children in three Liverpool schools we've been working in have been discovering the connection between literature and life. In our recent evaluation, 76% of children said that they can relate their life to things they've read in books more readily as a result of taking part in sessions.
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