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Chat to Nick Gibb about encouraging children to read more books ? Thursday 9 Feb at 11am-noon

Discussion in 'Secondary' started by TES_Community, Feb 8, 2012.

  1. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    Minister of State for Schools Nick Gibb will be online at TES towers from 11am-Noon Thursday (February 9) to chat about how we can encourage children and young people of all ages to read more books.
    Nick gave a speech on this very subject on Tuesday and the DfE has launched a National Schools Reading Competition for 7-12 year olds.
    If you've got a question for Nick, or a comment you'd like to make on how schools can help promote reading, email us in advance of the chat to dfechat@tes.co.uk.
    You can also pose questions on the day and watch the chat live. You can return to the chat page to read a replay of the session anytime.
     
  2. TES_Community

    TES_Community Administrator

    Minister of State for Schools Nick Gibb will be online at TES towers from 11am-Noon Thursday (February 9) to chat about how we can encourage children and young people of all ages to read more books.
    Nick gave a speech on this very subject on Tuesday and the DfE has launched a National Schools Reading Competition for 7-12 year olds.
    If you've got a question for Nick, or a comment you'd like to make on how schools can help promote reading, email us in advance of the chat to dfechat@tes.co.uk.
    You can also pose questions on the day and watch the chat live. You can return to the chat page to read a replay of the session anytime.
     

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