Every Child a Reader (ECaR)

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Every Child a Reader (ECaR) is a means of organising and managing a range of effective literacy interventions for children struggling to read and write across the school.

Every Child a Reader (ECaR) is a means of organising and managing a range of effective literacy interventions for children struggling to read and write across the school. It is a school led approach which aims to ensure that every child achieves success in literacy through targeted support.

At the core of the strategy is Reading Recovery (RR), which provides intensive teaching of the very lowest attaining children and professional support for staff to ensure quality first teaching and reduce the need for intervention.

To deliver Reading Recovery and Every Child a Reader, the school is required to appoint and train a designated 0.6 experienced teacher to deliver the programme. Reading Recovery is a programme accredited by the Institute of Education, University College London. All Reading Recovery teachers are registered with the national/international network.

Service features

This service is led by skilled Reading Recovery Teacher Leaders who have key roles in our Teaching and Learning Consultant Team and offer schools and other settings a range of evidence based interventions for children struggling to read and write in primary schools and promote the wider Every Child A Reader approach.

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