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Partner with the Premier's Reading Challenge

The Premier's Reading Challenge is an annual statewide initiative for state and non-state schools and home-educated students up to Year 9 and children attending a early childhood centre.

Since 2006 the challenge has aimed to improve literacy and encourage children to engage in reading for learning and pleasure.

Why become a corporate partner?

The Premier's Reading Challenge provides your organisation the opportunity to partner with a key event on the Queensland education calendar.

As a partner you'll receive direct exposure, and engagement, with children and their families across Queensland. In fact, 2016 saw a record breaking 165,000 children and students from 900 schools and 414 early childhood centres take part in the challenge, reading more than 2.24 million books.

The challenge allows your organisation to demonstrate its support for an initiative that is helping to improve literacy skills amongst young people.

What are the benefits?

Examples of the types of benefits available to you as a corporate partner include:

Our Community Engagement and Partnerships team welcomes the chance to explore creative ways for you to get the most from your investment in this important literacy program.

To find out more or to discuss how partnering with this education initiative can help support your business objectives, please contact Peter Thurgood, Community Engagement and Partnerships:

Telephone: (07) 3328 6661

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