Reading In Foster Families

This research undertaken by the National Children’s Bureau (NCB) on behalf of BookTrust suggests shared reading improves relationships between foster carers and children and that more support is needed for carers to help them unlock the benefits of shared reading. Leadership Briefing 11.12(132)

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