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  • Halton Primary Arts Network
  • Halton Libraries Read-a-thon
  • DfE research trial Education for Wellbeing

Halton Primary Arts Newtwork
Status – Information 
Applies to – Primary Schools

Halton Primary Arts Network would like to invite all Primary Schools to join them for their 4th annual project: Tokyo 2020.


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Steph Kidd
Beechwood Primary School
Grasmere Drive
01928 560479

Halton Libraries Read-a-thon
Status – Information
Applies to – All Schools


From 1st – 6th July Halton Libraries are running the first Halton Read-a-thon to celebrate and promote Reading for Pleasure.

We would love to get as many schools as possible leading the way in getting our borough reading. We have set a borough wide target of 60,000 reading minutes in 6 days. We will be running ‘Read in the Library’ and ‘Read in the Park’ sessions that schools can book into or you can run a ‘Read in School’ activity and register your minutes with us.

We are really excited to be sharing the Halton Readathon with 34 Halton schools and nurseries. It’s not too late to get involved, here are a couple of points you might find useful:

– You don’t have to bring your children to our events, you can get involved by registering your reading time in school towards our 60,000 minute target. Send your reading times to, tweet @HaltonLibraries or use the #HaltonReadathon hashtag on social media.

– Now that the weather has improved, if you have decided that you would like to bring your children out there are still places available for our Read in the Library and Read in the Park.

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Nikki Lamb

DfE research trial Education for Wellbeing
Status – Information 
Applies to – Secondary Schools (Year 9)


The programme is commissioned by the Department for Education to implement and evaluate a range of mental health interventions for pupils in year 9. The Anna Freud Centre team are looking for 13 more schools to be recruited to this trial and this is their last push to recruit schools prior to the school holidays. Schools will be selected on a first come first served basis.


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