Schools get �10m literacy fund to help pupils read

Anna Davis
July 2012
Evening Standard;7/10/2012, p1
GET LONDON READING Evening Standard Campaign SCHOOLS with children who struggle to read will be able to bid for a share of a �10 million fund aimed at raising literacy levels, it was announced today.


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