We’re in our element when we’re getting to talk about the power of reading, its importance, and what a leveraging tool it is for people of all ages.
Held at Swiss Cottage Library in London, last week’s day-long event saw a superb line-up of speakers, facilitators and contributors.
Alex Quigley (AKA The Confident Teacher) opened proceedings, while other presenters and workshop hosts included the likes of Beth Morrish (Meridian Trust), education consultant Dr Mary-Claire Travers, and international education specialist, Meena Wood.
Lexonik’s well received contribution came in the form of a workshop with Sarah Ledger.
Entitled ‘How is Reading Taught?’, it enabled Sarah to share much more about our learnings from within the classroom, and about why it is that our programmes of intervention prove so effective.
Speaking after the event, Sarah said: “I am so proud and privileged to have been able to present at such a great inaugural reading event, and was delighted to get the chance to meet many like-minded peers who are on a mission to help enhance the reading experience of our children, wherever they are in the world.
“Collaboration and shared creativity really is key in shaping and improving education, and events like this definitely have a role to play in that wider objective.”
If you’d like to know more about Sarah’s presentation, or you’d like to get a taster of some of our programmes and how they work to improve reading experience and attainment, why not drop Sarah and the team a line?