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The Norfolk Reading Project

The Norfolk Reading Project

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The Norfolk Reading Project

According to Government statistics, one in four children are now leaving primary school unable to read to the expected standard

The Norfolk Reading Project is a local ...

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The Norfolk Reading Project

About The Norfolk Reading Project


The Norfolk Reading Project

According to Government statistics, one in four children are now leaving primary school unable to read to the expected standard

The Norfolk Reading Project is a local charity which was started in 2015 in response to increasing concern about these reading standards across the county and the impact this has on the future prospects of children. In the last few years, we have trained over 300 volunteers, and we are supporting more than 50 schools throughout the county.
Our volunteers are much in demand. We are therefore still looking for committed volunteers with regular weekly time to offer during the school term to support developing readers in schools with one-to-one reading practice. Our volunteers usually go into school for a half day, so about 2-3hours. Some stay longer and provide a full day in school.

Volunteering as a reader in schools is a wonderfully rewarding and enjoyable experience.

To find out more about TNRP go to our website www.thenorfolkreadingproject.co.uk or email us at [email protected] and we will get back to you.

Recently added opportunities

School reading support volunteer
Organisation role · 1–5 hrs/Week
Flexible location
School reading support volunteer
The volunteer role is to support teachers in the classroom by giving children a one to one opportunity to practice their readingPosted by The Norfolk Reading Project

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