Reading for Life Programme For Students

British Council has come up with a new programme called ‘Reading for Life’. The programme is for children between the age of seven (7) – twelve (12) years.

British Council, has designed and developed this programme with the aim to take the child on a journey from ‘Learning to Read’ to ‘Reading to Learn’.

It’s a 3-week online programme where the participants will be given challenges like reding a book every week from the online collection of eBooks, audiobooks, and comics.

The different format of books will definitely be going to improve the reading and listening skills, specially designed workshops, discussions, activities, etc. is going to support the child in enhancing their writing, creativity, and inferring skills, which plays a pivotal role in the overall development of the child ad a future leader.

The first batch of the programme is going to start on 9th August 2020, so why to wait for. Give your child an opportunity to work on their skills.

The programme is divided into two categories

– Workshop for 7 – 9 years age group
– Workshop for 10- 12 years age group

Registration Fee for the programme is INR 1500/- per participant. If you are a British Council library member the program fee is just INR 950/-.

Every child who enrols for the programme will:

  • have access to our online library
  • read at least 3 books in 3 weeks.
  • have to write and submit a review after reading each book.
  • participates in two specially designed workshops and one book discussion during the three-week programme
  • receive a Certificate of Achievement endorsed by the British Council.

Interested parents and children have to read and understand all the details about the programme before registering. Click here to read the ‘Reading for Life’ programme details.

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