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Research and analysis

Promoting storytelling to families

Ofsted good practice example showing how Booktrust promotes the importance of families enjoying stories and books together.

Documents

Booktrust family learning - good practice example.doc

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Booktrust family learning - good practice example.pdf

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Details

Actors presented a story in a play and then involved the children and their parents in related activities and games. The project was also taken to eight different prisons, and included a morning workshop to help the men learn how to help their children get the most out of sharing books and stories, before their families joined them in the afternoon for the play and activities.