Year One Reading Club is back!

Start your Year One student’s reading journey with the support of The Hills Shire’s Library Service’s Year One Reading Club.

The Club is designed to help students in Year One improve their overall reading skills and develop their imaginations through literature. It also encourages students to become habitual readers and to discover more at their local library.

Mayor of The Hills Shire, Dr Peter Gangemi said the program was a great way for students to keep reading outside the classroom. “By making regular visits to the library, reading becomes an enjoyable habit for children and helps build on the literacy skills developed in kindergarten,” Mayor Gangemi said.

“This is a fantastic initiative that promotes a lifelong love of learning and reading, and Council is proud to support this.”

Children will receive a logbook when they join, then a sticker each time they visit their local library branch to borrow a book. After receiving two stickers, club members begin to collect rewards.

Year One Reading Club is available until 31st October 2022.

To join the Year One Reading Club, simply head to one of The Hills Shire Library branches (Dural, Baulkham Hills, Castle Hill and Vinegar Hill Memorial Library at Rouse Hill Town Centre) and sign-up.

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