Read on Get on!

Encouraging children to read in the most bizarre of places. Reading has the power to change lives. Jobe Waite 3MS 

Reading to a child for just 10 minutes a day can make a big difference to their reading skills.

Whether you read at bedtime or during the day, on the way to the shops or on the bus; you can use that opportunity to read books, signs, posters, mobiles or tablets – a little bit goes a long way!

Help us get the message out!

1, Take a photo of one of your favourite places to read – the more unusual the better!Megan Webb 4JF

2, Upload the photo to the Academy Facebook page using the hashtag #readongeton or email it to

With permission, photos will be shared on the Academy website and newsletter – with a termly prize for the most unusual!