Delighted pupils from Yatton Infant School have received 100 new books to add to their library.
Pupils from a village primary school are celebrating after receiving 100 new books, thanks to generous Mercury readers.
A poster competition aimed at keeping Weston-super-Mare free of plastic pollution is being launched today (Thursday) – and your child could win book vouchers for themselves and their school.
Businesses can back the Mercury’s Books For Schools campaign by helping to provide more books to pupils across North Somerset.
Generous community groups and readers have donated more than £200 in gift vouchers to put towards the Mercury’s Books For Schools campaign.
Children from Sandford Primary School are adding new books to their library shelves, thanks to generous readers from the Weston Mercury.
Lucky pupils from a Weston school have received a bumper donation of books to add to their library.
A Weston school is adding 100 new books to its library, thanks to donations from Mercury readers.
Children from a Weston primary school are looking forward to reading scores of new books, thanks to the Mercury’s Books For Schools campaign.
English hubs will be set up across the country and phonics and reading roadshows will be rolled out to improve literacy in schools.
A primary school in Worle is thrilled to have received 100 new books from the Weston Mercury’s Books For Schools campaign.
The Weston Mercury is giving schools the chance to win scores of new books for their libraries.
Mendip Green Primary School has received 100 new reads as part of our Books For Schools campaign.
Parents looking for Christmas gifts for their children can check BookTrust’s great books guide to find presents to go under the tree this year.
The Weston Mercury has teamed up with an Usborne book seller to give schools the chance to win some free books for their libraries.
A literacy charity is looking for volunteers in North Somerset to help children to develop their reading skills before they start school.
A literacy charity is encouraging families to take a break from technology to spend time reading with their children.
Reading is one of the most important skills a child can learn, but with schools struggling with funding cuts, teachers have less money than ever before to spend on books.
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