Rewarding progress and recognising personal achievements
This resource supports the celebration of reading across your school and recognises the achievements of individual learners.
Watch this short video to find out more about key area 3.2.1 Rewarding progress and recognising personal achievements. This is part of our series of webinar shorts, 5 minute training videos focusing on each key area of the Reading Schools framework.
We expect Reading Schools to recognise and celebrate the reading achievements of all learners.
When we talk about rewarding progress, we don't mean the quantity of books a learner will read, but rather the quality of their reading experiences and growth as a reader.
It's important to celebrate the reading achievements of all learners, to build their confidence and make reading a positive experience. Reading of course will hopefully become a reward in itself and that is also an important message!
This resource contains activity suggestions for Core, Silver and Gold level.
For core accreditation, schools should reward the progress of individual learners in one of the below ways, or in another way that suits their setting:
For silver accreditation, schools should celebrate reading in wider groups or as a whole-school.
For gold accreditation, schools should widen celebrations to include their local community.
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