Let’s get reading
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.