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Rutherglen Reformer - - Intimations -

ideas on how adults and chil­dren can have fun learn­ing and shar­ing to­gether. I would urge par­ents, car­ers and the pri­mary pupils them­selves to check out the web­site for ideas on how to get in­volved.”

So­phie Moxon, deputy di­rec­tor of the Scot­tish Book Trust, said: “The Scot­tish Book Trust is de­lighted to be work­ing to­gether with the Scot­tish gov­ern­ment and Ed­u­ca­tion Scot­land to de­liver Read, Write, Count.

“The cam­paign builds on the suc­cess of our ex­ist­ing Bookbug pro­gramme to de­liver a new, ex­cit­ing cam­paign for pri­maries one to three.

“Gift­ing a pack of high qual­ity books and lit­er­acy and nu­mer­acy re­sources di­rectly into the hands of ev­ery pupil in P1–3, cou­pled with strong com­mu­nity out­reach, will make a fun­da­men­tal con­tri­bu­tion to the lives and prospects of all chil­dren in Scot­land, es­pe­cially those in our most dis­ad­van­taged com­mu­ni­ties.”

For more in­for­ma­tion and re­sources on Read, Write, Count, visit www. read­write­count.scot.

Read, Write, a Scot­tish Count is -led­gov­ern­ment

cam­paign, de­liv­ered part­ner­ship in

with Ed­u­ca­tion Scot­land and Book the Scot­tish

Trust over three Log on years. to www.

read­write­count for all you need

.scot to get started.

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