On World Book Day 5th March schools across the city will be dropping everything and reading at 10 am to showcase the importance of reading for enjoyment. This Drop Everything and Read session is part of the Liverpool Readathon, a citywide sponsored read with the aim of encouraging children to read for pleasure and to raise money that will fund books and storytellers in Alder Hey Children’s Hospital. The Liverpool Readathon is organised by Liverpool Learning Partnership, who work with schools across the city to prioritise the needs of learners and Read For Good, who have been running their school Readathons since the 1980s.
Liverpool’s ‘Drop Everything and Read’ supporting emotional wellbeing
Recruitment Announcement – Young Persons Advisory Service (YPAS)
YPAS is a Liverpool based children and young peoples mental health charity. Established in 1966; our YIAC (Youth, Information, Advice and Counselling) model provides a wide range of support and therapeutic interventions to address the mental health and emotional wellbeing needs of children, young people and families.