ReadingQuest is our KS1 literacy programme for those children who need a boost to their early reading and writing skills. The sessions focus on phonics, helping children develop strategies for decoding, as well as supporting them with word recognition, fluency and comprehension.
As qualified education professionals, our specially trained tutors use their own expertise and strategies to vary the content, pace and tone of each session according to the individual needs of each child, and include plenty of games and activities to keep children motivated and engaged.
The ReadingQuest programme is delivered in schools across Oxfordshire, either one-to-one or in small groups, with children who have been chosen by their school. Our tutors and teaching team keep in close with contact with the school to ensure we have all the information we need to help each child.
ReadingQuest is one of the programmes we offer under the National Tutoring Partnership scheme. Find out more.
Want to know more?
If you are a school looking for help with some of your pupils, and would like to discuss how ReadingQuest could work in your school, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you are a parent whose child has been selected for ReadingQuest, and you would like to know more about how it works and how you can help, please email us at email@example.com
If you are a potential funder of educational projects, and would like to support us in our mission to tackle the education disadvantage gap, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
“ReadingQuest has made a big impact on my child, it helps her with her writing, reading and boosts her confidence”.
“I didn’t ever want to stop doing ReadingQuest. It was so much fun.”
“ReadingQuest is a fantastic opportunity for your child to take part in and to help them reach their potential”
Today's #fundersfriday shout out is to All Souls College, Oxford for their kind donation to support our work with primary-age children across Oxfordshire, addressing the education disadvantage gap in maths and literacy. Want to know more about what we do? https://t.co/ZvFDaFN04T Read More
DId anyone else catch the fabulous Oliver Jeffers on R4 Ramblings earlier this month? His wonderful book The Great Paper Caper is a great favourite with our BookQuest children! https://t.co/YGHTFWooGj #picturebooks #literacy Read More
It's #NationalNumeracyDay and we'd like to give a big shout out to all our amazing NumSkills tutors who make maths fun and engaging for children in primary schools across Oxfordshire! https://t.co/cywCNN02c7 Read More
Deadlines are fast approaching - but don't panic! There's still time to book onto next week's Writing Assessment and Moderation sessions with the focus on cross school moderation at KS1 and KS2. Find out more #assessment #moderation https://t.co/qYuruyiqov Read More
It's #fundersfriday again and today we want to thank the @ShanlyFnd for their generosity, which will allow us to continue BookQuest sessions at Thameside Primary School, boosting reading comprehension and nurturing a love of reading! Thank you so much! https://t.co/HEO6v3Jq4x Read More
Looking forward to meeting with our hardworking Trustees this evening - lots of exciting developments to share! Here are some of them on World Book Day in the lovely Thameside library, but we will let them sit on full-sized chairs for today's meeting! #charitytrustees #teamwork https://t.co/2Za9DaXqhk Read More