Is your school ready for the challenge? Fearless, creative, and deadly serious, schools go head to head in a bid to win the Reading Gladiators trophy!

Legion of Honour: Blenheim Primary School

All Reading Gladiator schools are invited to nominate one Gladiator for the Reading Gladiators Legion of Honour Award. Blenheim Primary School, Southend nominated Harry in year 6. Reason supporting Harry’s nomination: Harry is one of school Reading Champions who reads with younger children in our school who either find reading tricky or do not like […]

Reading Gladiators: Summer Term Update

In this update: Reading Gladiators 2017 – 18 Earlybird Best Post in April competition Legion of Honour entries Twitter @RGladiators Challenge day arrangements Reading Gladiators Challenges 2017 – 18 We are now taking bookings for the 2017 – 18 Reading Gladiators challenges. The earlybird closes on the 7th May.  This year,  we are limiting the […]

Legion of Honour

Reading Gladiators are adventurous readers, they love to share their ideas and they learn from each other. But what do they do to help build a culture of reading in school? We have heard some wonderful stories from teachers and group leaders about the way their Gladiators get involved in creating a reading buzz around […]

The Magician’s Elephant Mini-Challenge Deadline

The deadline for The Magician’s Elephant mini-challenge is Friday 24th March. How to submit an entry You can submit entries between Friday 17th March and Friday 24th March Login to the website with your individual teacher login Use the Event Submission button which you will find on the top menu once you are logged in (please don’t submit […]

January Mini Challenge WINNERS

Congratulations to Monteagle Primary in Barking and Dagenham who have won a visit from Linda Newbery for their excellent presentation of how they have learned from each other including comments specifically related to the stories: “new vocabulary such as glacier and ambidextrous” and also more general knowledge about reading in general: “sometimes the characters remind you of […]