Read for My School 2016
Read for My School has finished for this year.
Read for My School challenges children in Years 3-8 attending primary and secondary schools in England to read as many books as they can across the spring term.
Pupils who take part in this year's free competition can:
- read over 100 free books
- become Reading Legends
- win big prizes for themselves and their school
- get recommended reads and challenges
Teachers can set-up their pupils with their own accounts. This will give them access to the online library, exclusive competitions and a record of their progress.
About Read for My School
The competition aims to challenge children to read as much as they can, explore new and different types of books and get talking about the books they've read.
Read for My School is for all children, whether they are confident readers or if they're still searching for a story they love. There is a book for every child, and not only can this competition help them find it, but there are also lots of prizes to be won too.
There are many prizes available for both schools and pupils as part of this year's competition. Towers of books, education vouchers worth £1000 and a trip to the Read for My School national event in London are on offer.
Teachers can register for the competition from 20 January until 17 March.
If you have any questions about the competition please email firstname.lastname@example.org..
Read for My School is delivered by Pearson and BookTrust with support from Penguin Schools and Pearson Education.