Literacy programme: opening books and minds

  • Monk P3 Students getting ready for Reading Counts programme at Somerset Primary School

    Monk P3 Students getting ready for Reading Counts programme at Somerset Primary School

Somerset Primary will launch their Literacy Pro Programme tomorrow, Friday, November 20.

Formerly called Reading Counts, the programme helps develop reading and comprehension skills.

From some P2 students through to P6, students will be focusing on reading.

Literacy Pro is a computer-based, incentive programme where students can earn points and rewards for correctly answering questions about the books they have read.

Literacy Pro is complimentary to Somerset Primary’s core reading programme. It aligns with the school’s goal to encourage students to read for information and pleasure.

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Published Nov 19, 2015 at 8:00 am (Updated Nov 19, 2015 at 2:13 am)

Literacy programme: opening books and minds

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