P2 and P3 Teachers (and Families) – Read, Write, Count needs YOU!

P2 & P3 Teachers – The Scottish Book Trust need YOUR help to shape the future of the Primary 2 and Primary 3 ‘Read, Write, Count’ packs!

P2 & P3 Teachers – Help shape the Read, Write, Count Bag!

Scottish Book Trust is asking Primary 2 & Primary 3 teachers for their help in developing the Read, Write, Count pack by completing a short online survey. Please click here to take part in the survey, which shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to complete. By taking part, you’ll be supporting the important work of the Read, Write, Count programme and you could win a ‘superbox’ of Read, Write, Count games, books and resources!

CLICK HERE – P2 & P3 Teacher Bookbug Survey

Scottish Book Trust is also looking for feedback from families who have children in Primary 2 and Primary 3. We would be grateful if you could share the information below with the families of P2 and P3 children in your school.

P2 & P3 Families – Scottish Book Trust needs your help!

Every November, Scottish Book Trust gifts a free bag of books and games to every P2 and P3 child in Scotland to help support their literacy and numeracy skills. Scottish Book Trust is asking families of children in P2 and P3 to complete a short online survey about the P2 and P3 Read, Write, Count packs. Please click here to take part in the survey, which shouldn’t take more than 10 minutes to complete. Your feedback will help us to improve the P2 and P3 Read, Write, Count bags in the future and you could win a goodie-bag with games, books and activities! 

CLICK HERE – P2 & P3 Read, Write, Count Family Survey

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