Read, Achieve, Succeed

‘Read, Achieve, Succeed’ is a trust-wide initiative which runs across both the Oldham and Derby academies.  Our CEO, Antony Hughes, has a strong commitment and passion for reading and wanted all Harmony Children to share in this with him.  The initiative was launched in September 2016 as a commitment to develop Reading for Pleasure and to ensure that all children have a book of their own for each year that they attend a Harmony Trust academy.  

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CEO Antony Hughes
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Director of Education
Jessica Hainsworth

Research by The National Literacy Trust has found that children who own their own books are more likely to achieve higher educational outcomes that those without.  They also found that children who regularly enjoy reading, are three times more likely to have higher levels of mental well-being than those who do not.  

The initiative is now led by Ms Jessica Hainsworth with a R.A.S. lead in each academy.  They are responsible for implementing a range of events across the academic year which inspire children to engage with, and become active readers.

 

‘Read, Achieve, Succeed’ at Northmoor

A Book for Every Child

Each year we host a pop-up bookshop supported by our friends and partners at Madeleine Lindley. Every child gets the chance to browse in the bookshop and choose a book to take home.

Follow Madeleine Lindley on Twitter @teacher_books

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CEO Bookclub and Academy Book Clubs

This is an opportunity for children to read and talk and share opinions about books as a group.  They then feed this back to their school through assemblies and Amazon Reviews.

 

Author Visits

Visits from authors have really help to bring literature to life for our children.  Read about our visit from the famed author Frank Cottrell-Boyce as he introduced our Year 5 children to his new book Noah's Gold.  

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Search the hashtag #ReadAchieveSucceed on Twitter to see more of our reading events across all our academies.

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