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THE NATIONAL CAMPAIGN HELPING GET BACK INTO SCHOOLS!


BOOKS


SCHOOLS NEED OUR HELP... AND THIS PUBLISHER IS DOING SOMETHING ABOUT IT!


As teachers and librarians return to school for the new academic year, they face the impossible task of having to inspire and educate the next generation with little or no new books...BookLife’s mission is to bring books back!


The exciting new company analysed school spending trends and found


that 20% of schools weren’t spending any money on replenishing books for children. They also found that 50% of schools spent less than 25% of their recommended budget on replacing books. Currently, only 61% of children will reach expected reading levels by the end of Key Stage 2. Is there a correlation between schools being unable to replace resources and the slump in reading


abilities? BookLife believes this to be the case, and after witnessing so many primary schools struggling due to insufficient funding, they knew they had to help. Their Match Funding scheme allows schools to double up on book resources — for every pound a school spends with BookLife, they will receive another pound for free to spend on even more school books and resources.


WWW.BOOKLIFE.CO.UK 020 7649 9565 INFO@BOOKLIFE.CO.UK PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY


MATCH FUNDING


CAMPAIGN EVERY UK SCHOOL ELIGIBLE


NATIONAL


FREE UK DELIVERY


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