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Sunday, 27 March 2016

Save the Children campaign “Read on Get On England,” is calling on governments to ensure that every child is reading well by age of eleven, by 2025.


A child's future chances whether at school or in their working lives can depend on the development they make when they attend nursery, mainly between the ages three and five. 

Their journey to become good readers at primary school, children need the best possible early years education. 

Save the Children as part of their Read On. Get On. Campaign are seeking assistance via their petition to the government to invest in nurseries.

The link below covers the aims;


According to the Save the Children website quoted,“good quality nursery education plays a crucial role in getting children ready to read and learn when they enter primary school. If a child starts primary school already behind, they’re more likely to finish unable to read well.”

Children from the poorest families can be 15 months behind at just age five. This has a huge impact on their future success.

Save the Children want the government to ensure there's an early years teacher leading every nursery by 2020, by investing in early years education.

It's all part of Save the Children Read On. Get On. Campaign to make sure that by 2025 all children are reading well by the age of eleven.

Every little life chances begin by taking acton, many can simply assist the process by supporting the campaign. Take a read of the work Save the Children carries out throughout the year to make a difference today.

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