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Queen's University Belfast Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation
University of Oxford, Department of Education, Rees Centre
IMPROVING READING SKILLS FOR CHILDREN IN FOSTER CARE
READING TOGETHER

Reading Together is a programme that aims to improve the reading skills of children in foster care. The children receive free books that they can keep and there is guidance and support for foster carers on how to help their children read more effectively.

We are a team of researchers from the Centre for Evidence and Social Innovation at Queen's University Belfast and the Rees Centre at the University of Oxford. Funded by the ESRC, we are working to develop an evidence-based programmes that seeks to improve reading skills for children in foster care. Find out more about us >

ABOUT READING TOGETHER

A PROGRAMME FOR FOSTER CHILDREN AND THEIR CARERS

Reading Together is an innovative new programme that combines a paired reading approach with the gifting of free books.

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RESOURCES FOR FOSTER CARERS

GUIDANCE AND SUPPORT FOR FOSTER CARERS

Download the Handbook, view short guidance videos and access other helpful resources

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