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Rooted in Reading Community Passport

Rooted in Reading Community passports.


These beautifully designed reading diaries/journals are a great way to build a reading community in your school, encourage pupils to read more for pleasure and to boost their empathy for and understanding of the lives of others.


Proven to boost engagement in reading -

Very low cost and no technical support required.

Used in a wide range of private and state schools across the UK and beyond.

Supported by NATE, UKLA and NAAE.

Available in single copies and sets of 5 for use in school libraries, reception areas, common rooms, staff rooms, year bases etc.

Patron - Morris Gleitzman

Key Stages: 1 to 5

Subjects: English and Literacy

Years covered: Y1 to Y13

Number of pages: 16

Format: A4


A large (A4) passport where readers can share ideas about books with others in their community. Makes your reading community tangible. Could be kept in your school foyer for visitors to read and contribute to or in the school library or staff room. Classes could complete one together to demonstrate their growth as readers. This passport is based on the idea of ubuntu (I am because we are) in the sense that readers encourage each other to read - I read because we read. Unlike other passports in the series, responses here are not endorsed with a stamp or a sticker but by a second written response by another reader (pupil, parent, visitor or teacher) who has either read the same book or would like to read it having read the first response, thus creating a dialogic approach to the development of reading.

Rooted in Reading Community Passport

PriceFrom £2.50
  • If you are not satisfied with your purchase, or the passports arrive damaged, you can return them to us within 30 days of purchase and receive a full refund.

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