Reading Allowed is an effective use of Pupil Premium money.
The Reading Allowed Project has been created to increase the life chances of disadvantaged children.
It enables schools to target particular groups, including Pupil Premium children and also involves parents and carers in the education of their child
The Government recognise that schools make effective use of Pupil Premium money when they involve parents and projects are long-term. Peer tutoring is seen as particularly effective
Ofsted recommends that schools should not just concentrate on 'quick wins' but should take a long-term view and try to stop achievement gaps from widening before the end of a key Stage
Reading Allowed is a whole school community project that is long-term and sustainable. It focuses on attitudes to reading and increases Reading For Pleasure, recognising that this is the key to future learning