Bookbinders is a scheme designed to support groups with poor literacy skills that are outside of mainstream education.
Specifically designed to support Porchlight (former homeless) clients, it is also perfect for young people not in education or training (NEETs) as well as schools wanting to support parents where English is an additional language.
Bookbinders is loosely based on a book group format but with a much broader remit enabling a softer involvement – or re-introduction – to reading and practical literacy.
Groups have the chance to win prizes including cinema tickets and pizza parties – as well as becoming Reading Millionaires by collectively reading more than one million minutes during the year.
Complete the enquiry form below to receive the Bookbinder guidance materials. For 2017 using Bookbinders is free for the above listed categories of groups.