Book Clubs in Schools (BCiS) is a not-for-profit organisation which delivers a unique cross-age peer-led book club programme in a growing network of secondary schools. The book clubs develop students’ love of reading, analytical skills and improve their self-confidence through open discussion. They acquire leadership and
There have been reading groups–opportunities for shared reading—forever, well, at least since Chaucer’s and Boccaccio’s time. The Canterbury Tales and the Decameron both tell a multitude of stories with new stories emerging from reactions to them– characters squabble, boast, agree, disagree, compete, succumb. It’s not so different to life in
Book Clubs in Schools – Regional Manager, Southeast and Southwest London (two positions)
Book Clubs in Schools (BCiS) is a not-for-profit organisation offering a unique cross-age peer mentoring programme. We work in secondary schools inspiring a lifelong love of reading, narrowing the social gap, building character, and
You love reading, we love reading, so fellow book clubbers we need your help.
Book Clubs in Schools is a not-for-profit organisation offering a unique cross-age peer mentoring programme. We work in secondary schools in disadvantaged areas inspiring a lifelong love of reading, narrowing the social gap,
Critically acclaimed author Lindsey Barraclough weighs in on favourite books and gives top advice for aspiring writers.
What was your favourite book at 12?
At twelve, many moons ago, I was – amazingly when I think about it – still clinging on to Enid Blyton. In the
Book Clubs in Schools is an excellent programme that gives young adults the opportunity to help educate children of a younger age and develop their reading and communication skills.
As sixth formers we have engaged in the role of a book club leader for almost two full school
Each month our fabulous partner Give A Book* ask an author to share their favourite book.
This month’s feature, chosen by poet Emily Berry, is the wonderfully named From the Mixed-up Files of Mrs Basil E. Frankweiler by E.L. Konigsburg, a childhood favourite.
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