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Spalding Parish pupils won the right to be reading ambassadors



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Primary pupils earned the right to be ‘reading ambassadors’.

Year 5 children from Spalding Parish C of E Day School were invited to apply for the position and write a letter to explain why they would be great for the job.

The position includes promoting a love of reading at school, attending reading events, working closely with the town library and recommending books.

The reading committee members with the Spalding Library team (58277410)
The reading committee members with the Spalding Library team (58277410)
Reading ambassador committee members visit Spalding Library (58277405)
Reading ambassador committee members visit Spalding Library (58277405)

There was an interview day - with activities in the morning with younger children in the school and then an interview with a panel including teachers in the afternoon.

Eight reading committee members were selected and then a group of ambassadors, who they will work closely with.

The reading ambassador committee help out at the new entrants' evening (58277401)
The reading ambassador committee help out at the new entrants' evening (58277401)
The reading ambassador committee help out at the new entrants' evening (58277403)
The reading ambassador committee help out at the new entrants' evening (58277403)
The year 5 recommended reads (58277407)
The year 5 recommended reads (58277407)

They have already helped at the school’s new entrants evening and last week they visited Spalding Library to speak about the annual Summer Reading Challenge - in which pupils are encouraged to read six books in the summer break.



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