We are pleased to announce that our first ReadingZone Live of 2018 features not one but two bestselling writers. Join the authors Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton on 7th February 1 at 2:30 pm, as they discuss their groundbreaking series that teaches you about the world through the prism of football.
At Football School every lesson is about football. Can you play football on Mars? What is a magic sponge? Subjects covered include history, geography, science and maths all through football. Alex Bellos and Ben Lyttleton, are journalists, broadcasters and award-winning science and sports writers. Their knowledge, enthusiasm and engaging writing make them the perfect team to teach you how to score with your head.
ReadingZone Live is a partnership with ourselves and Reading zone bringing regular interviews and live videos conferences with some of the best contemporary children’s authors and illustrators to London school, you can see past events here.(login required if not in an LGfL school.)
Antony Horowitz, Sally Gardner, Jaqueline Wilson, Michael Morpurgo, Henry Winkler, Oliver Jeffers and Lauren Child are among the authors who have already joined us for the ReadingZone Live Programme, which helps to inspire young people to explore new authors and genres and help children to develop their own creative writing
LGfL schools are linked to our live author events via video conferencing, with one school’s selected to host the author event, during each event, authors discuss their writing process before answering the student’s questions via video.
If you would like your school to be one of the limited number of schools that can interact via video conference*, please contact us.
All other schools can watch the broadcast via live webcast (starting at 2:30pm on 7th February) click here for more details.
See all the authors on the ReadingZone Live bookcase here (login required if not in an LGfL school.)
Read more open-access information on the RZL resource here.
Watch a video from a previous event here.
*Only schools with existing Video Conferencing equipment and recent experience of using the equipment and managing the dynamics of a live videoconference will be able to participate directly in the VC. Schools taking part will be expected to undertake test Video Conference to establish the suitability of their set up in school.