Awards recognise life-transforming value of literacy
Inspiring youngsters to find their love of reading will be celebrated in a county-wide awards scheme.
The Kent Literacy Awards, which are now open for nominations, are designed to showcase the most creative and inventive methods used to help pupils improve their reading, writing and speaking skills.
There are 18 categories in total and nominations can be made by parents, pupils, support staff and management at primary and secondary schools.
Simon Dolby, chief executive of the KM Charity Team, which organises the awards, said: “We believe it is vital to commend hard-working school staff for gifting pupils with skills that will improve their lives.
“The ability to read, write, speak and listen confidently
Jack, nine, from St Stephen’s Junior School, Canterbury, with Michael Head of Kent Literacy Awards partner Crown Charitable Fund