Reading Rampage is a challenge specifically for secondary school pupils in participating Leicester and Leicestershire schools, is co-ordinated by Whatever it Takes (WiT), Leicester Neighbourhood Services: Libraries, Creative Learning Services
and School Development Support Agency (SDSA).


Reading Rampage is aimed at boosting reading miles and encourage reading for pleasure with students in Year 7, 8 and 9.
There are 10 books that students are challenged to read all of varying lengths so there is something for everyone. Students do not have to read every book they can read as many as they like.

Across Leicestershire there will be competitions along the way for students to take part in and win prizes.
For example the student who can gain the most miles (pages in book equate to 1 page = 1 mile) and reach the furthest destination.
At the end of May students will be asked to select their favourite book which will then be nominated in the Reading Rampage Best Book Award.


We will also be celebrating student reading in school too.

13 Feb 2020

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