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Reading schemes for 'catch-up' readers (secondary)

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Last updated on 20 December 2016
School types: All · School phases: Secondary
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Are there reading schemes for reluctant readers with complex needs? We link to examples of reading schemes for secondary aged pupils who are struggling or catch-up readers. We also link to examples of books written specifically for teenage reluctant readers.

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